Tuesday, February 16, 2010


As we prepare for our journey to Egypt, friends and family are asking for ways to stay in touch while we're away. In particular, they'd like to know where we'll be each day, what we're seeing, and any impressions we'd like to share.

Here's the thing: there's a fine balance between letting people who care about you know you're OK -- you and your luggage arrived safely, your digestive system is working properly, and so on -- and spending so much time recording your thoughts and experiences that you don't have time to be a pilgrim -- which is, after all, the point.

So here's what I propose: I'll put the word out that this blog is up and running, post the itinerary and weekly reflections I've been sending to the group so others can view them, and let pilgrims and others comment if they like.

Then...when we begin our travels, I'll hope to snag a pilgrim volunteer every day or so to post on the blog -- that way the folks back home can see what we're up to without too much disruption for any one person. Sound fair?

Posted by Deborah Hunley

1 comment:

  1. Barbara M. Dickinson.February 17, 2010 at 2:07 PM

    Deborah: I will be HAPPY to be a blogger! You know me, I have something to say about everything. And as I sketch, I will keenly
    observe our surroundings. Just hope I don't come down with King Tut's malarial symptoms~
    Barbara Dickinson.