For writing — both my mask and unveiling — and one of those joy-filled things I’m realizing. “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” ~William Wordsworth Writing is both mask and unveiling. ~E.B. White ~ Hem your blessings … Continue reading
For the little things that make a difference — my hubby bringing me a glass of water, my son frying eggs for me, my daughter always texting me to let me know where she is, both of them coming to … Continue reading
That my brother and sister-in-law are back in town for good. We are ready to pick up where we left off. Thrilled!
“To the outside world we all grow old. But not to brothers and sisters.
We know each other as we always were. We know each other’s hearts….
For those deep, meaningful (and often funny as heck) chats about God and the people in my life with whom I have them. So fulfilling!…Continue reading
– For the opportunity to teach yet another CCD year; extremely thankful that God is still using me this way.Continue reading
For toilets. No, seriously. This week we went one whole day with no water in our office building, so no working toilets. Brought back memories of my missionary days when I thanked God every minute for my toilet back home. … Continue reading
– For the richness in my life. When I want to feel rich, I count the things I have that money can’t buy….Continue reading
For the chance to reminisce. Just last night I had that chance with some old friends. Special moments remembered that we will cherish forever. Ahhh, some good ole reminiscing…food for the soul. How lucky we are to have such a … Continue reading
– For the inexplicable gifts God sends my way, because I’ve learned that down the road their purpose becomes clear.
For me, it’s like the 7 gifts of the Holy Spirit we Catholics receive when we get confirmed — wisdom, understanding, right judgment, courage, knowledge, reverence, piety (in case you were wondering) — you can’t….
– For dedicated and inspiring teachers. May God fuel their passion as they take on a new school year.
“If a doctor, lawyer, or dentist had 40 people in his office at one time, all of whom had different needs, and some of whom didn’t want to be there…