At the moment, we’re in a brief quiet spell on the blog–I don’t like to go a week without a little update, so here you are!
These things happen–as it turns out, I’m revising one paper and helping out around the house while Mrs. Secular Jew bounces back from a minor outpatient procedure. Nothing serious–no great illness or anything like that. She’s doing well.
But I can announce that I’ve recently been endorsed as a Humanist Celebrant by the Humanist Society, which is (from where I’m sitting, at least) exciting. And I will be speaking on neurodiversity and ableism at an upcoming Sunday Assembly program here in Indianapolis this coming Sunday.
I’m mulling over a little post tomorrow on this week’s Torah portion; we’ll see how it goes.
In the meantime, it’s still Jewish Disability Awareness Month; maybe learn a bit more about inclusion in Jewish communities.