Last night on our way to Church for the Mass of the Lord's supper I needed to stop by the front door as I realized as I climbed into the car that I'd left my phone, where my e-reader is, on the table. On the door handle is a package of Pirates Booty popcorn hanging … Continue reading Good God, it’s Friday!
Good morning friends, it's been a while. Whew. My head is overfull of ideas and sometimes that makes it hard to get anything done. Seriously. I'd like to share with you an interview with Quilter on Fire. Brandy is a wonderful interviewer. I'm a quilter. Quilting, creativity is as much a part of my being … Continue reading An Oddly Titled Faith in Quilting Post
As a long time quilter I'm generally comfortable within the quilting language itself, and within said language a lot of the dialects exist. While my fluency seems to be in free-motion quilting I'm comfortable enough in art, patchwork, traditional, modern to converse. If I'm uncertain of a term or phrase used I'll ask, because the … Continue reading The Deep End and Defining Terms
I can't help but realize that Lent starts in on February 17th. Last night while getting ready for dinner and my Faith Sharing group I took my Memento Mori Lenten Devotional from my bedside table and placed it on the dining room table. My Sweetie and I will work through this before dinner each night. … Continue reading Reorganizing, Reading, Reflecting, wRiting
Advent is on our horizon and I'm in the bonus room/office/library looking at the Advent books we've accumulated over our the years and choosing one for our pre-dinner conversation. We're going into Liturgical Cycle B for the Sunday readings and Year II for the daily readings. And we've settled on the recently released from Word … Continue reading Forty Days of Prayer for Quilters Day 19: Flip the Script
Success is defined as a desired or favorable outcome, also the attainment of favor, wealth, or eminence, a position of prominence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n56qfPMBRVA&feature=youtu.be There is a video clip of the end of Bishop Barron's Homily on Social media that caught my attention. First because while I'm following first the posts don't always come up. Second because … Continue reading Success!
My guy and I went to the parish that is physically closest to us Sunday morning before heading out for a bit. Our habit is to arrive about half an hour before the beginning of the Liturgy to pray, reflect, and read, to settle our hearts and minds, to prepare for this moment when heaven … Continue reading Drops of Grace
At that time Jesus exclaimed:"I give praise to you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth,for although you have hidden these thingsfrom the wise and the learnedyou have revealed them to little ones.Yes, Father, such has been your gracious will.All things have been handed over to me by my Father. No one knows the Son except the … Continue reading On Being a One Off
We had twelve amazing years with my mother-in-love. There were some challenging moments as we learned to live together, each one worth it. I miss her physical presence even now. After hear passing we dealt with some of her stuff, clothing given away, food stuffs depending on the date either tossed or consumed. Eventually her … Continue reading Reflections on Life
My heart is in Texas. I miss my heart, my Sweetie. While we are, at this moment, far apart the consolation of our togetherness in the Sacrament of Matrimony gives me great comfort. While we are apart from one another the longing grows deeper. We pray for one another each day for growth in holiness, … Continue reading True Love