Today, in his honor, I enoyed a delicious bowl of pasta for lunch, since that was his favorite, and I have done my best to make this a worry-free day. After all, his saying was "Pray, hope and don't worry!" Why can't I manage that every day?
I know, I know. Such simple words, but soooooooooooo hard to live up to!Pray, I can handle.Hope, now that's getting difficult.Not worry? You've lost me completely. *grin*
You guys are coming up here in August???? We HAVE to get together this time. Just let me know when and I'll clear our schedule :)
This isn't about your post (sorry!), but because I couldn't get your email address link to work. I wanted to send you this:I'm writing because you write a blog that I regularly read, and I wanted to ask if you'd be willing to contribute a post to the Pentcost Blog Carnival that I'm hosting at Homemaking Through the Church Year. Here's a post explaining what the blog carnival is about. Basically, Kerry (of A Ten'o'Clock Scholar) and I are hosting a series of blog carnivals celebrating the church year, so that we and other liturgically-minded moms can share seasonal ideas and inspirations.So, if you have a post about a way of celebrating Pentecost with your family, or some thoughts on the role of the Holy Spirit in your devotional life, or something similar, I would love to include it in the carnival. Please just reply to me with the link, so that I can include it. Thanks for considering being a part of this!The link (which isn't showing up) is at http://churchyear.blogspot.com/2009/05/pentecost-blog-carnival.htmlI'd love it if you'd participate!
I love St. Pio - been invoking him alot today!
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