Yesterday, the question was, “What’s in a Name?” Today, I settled on an at-least-for-now name: A Humanistic Jew Goes to Washington.
Yeah, yeah, I know, there’s that famous movie, and what am I playing at? I thought it was cute.
But now I need to change the background away from the cornfields.
Well, now is as good a time as any, no?
I’m no longer a Humanistic Jew in Indianapolis. Mrs. HJ, HJ, Jr., and I have made the trek from Indianapolis to our new home in the Columbia, Maryland area. Why?
Because this is me. Up at the top, under “Rabbi.” So, now you know what I’m doing–in November, I’ll be ordained a rabbi (I better get all those papers done, then…), and I’ve already taken on the role at Machar, a Humanistic Jewish congregation in the Washington, D.C., area.
I haven’t quite figured out what this blog will be called–but, hopefully, I’ll have more time to blog than I have in quite some time. Hopefully.
We’ll see, then, I guess.