1) The funny tightrope we walk between the need to know 'how things should be' (so we know what to aim for) and the need to accept life as it comes (without getting demoralized that things aren't as they should be).
2) The importance of dry periods in faith. I just wrote a longish piece on this elsewhere, and it gave me some good food for thought.
3) The mouse that ran out the kitchen door and into the dining room at 5:30 a.m. Guess I need to get after the super to close up the hole in the kitchen wall...
4) How good it feels to have work done a little bit ahead of time, without the last-minute rush. This is not the norm around here!
5) How to write a Christmas carol about bipolar disorder. Really. (I need to fill space in a newsletter I edit.)
There's more, but I have another deadline looming (see #5, above) and I'm at a cliff-hanging moment in The Unicorn by Iris Murdoch. Not sure if I like the latter or not; seems like a book I'd like better in a discussion group, where others might have more of a clue than I do!