Lent

Dear People of God: The first Christians observed with great devotion the days of our Lord’s passion and resurrection, and it became the custom of the Church to prepare for them by a season of penitence and fasting. This season of Lent provided a time in which converts to the faith were prepared for Holy... Continue Reading →

February Recap

I have decided this year to have a monthly recap post the last week of every month. I think it's sort of a reflection and maybe it's a little pat on my own back. I sometimes don't think that I actually do anything and so maybe if I write down what I did, well, maybe... Continue Reading →

Pray for Us… The Doldrums

The skies are grey and the weather is not spring-like yet. I don’t mind the cold. But the grey skies are brutal. The mornings are dark. The evenings still come too early. Christmas is long over. In our house January has two birthdays, so they are long in the past. The candy has been eaten,... Continue Reading →

Hiraeth

There are times in the year, winter being one of them, when the longing to travel comes to the surface. The dark days bring back memories of the fun travels Douglas and I have had. But I started traveling long before I married my husband. I blame my parents.  I blame them for leaving their... Continue Reading →

The Anxiety of Silence

“All men’s miseries derive from not being able to sit in a quiet room alone.” Blaise Pascal.  I have always loved music.  I remember coming home from school in Grade 2 and finding a new record (yes, I’m that old) by our record player and listening to it OVER and OVER and reading the liner... Continue Reading →

It’s 2020, Now What?

I don’t like making goals. Just being honest. Goals scare me. I think Brennig having cancer has given me PTSD in regard to goal making. The fact that our lives came to a screeching halt, five+ years ago has shaken my very core. Our family’s lifestyle of moving a lot (like every three-four years) has... Continue Reading →

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