March came in like a lion. I was hoping, with Easter being April first, March would go out like a lamb. No such luck. While April 1 was not a horrible day, it was brisk and damp, about 38F, as I set out to hide 400 Easter eggs for my parish egg hunt. That was… Continue reading March – Nothing but a Lion
I’ve made it through the beginning of March. With March 1 being the start of Lent, this meant adding an additional part to trying to decide how March will proceed. I think it is going to be a great month. My oldest was in Nashville last week and stopped by to visit briefly. No,… Continue reading Living in the Mountains
I’ve been a bit off this week. I have a list of posts I want to get written but I blame my slacking off on the west-east travel from the end of last week. That is just an excuse, though. I just haven’t made time this week. With Mardi Gras next week and the… Continue reading A Connected Church
I have always felt like I needed a commercial driver’s license. It has been better lately as I have other licensed drivers at my home so I have not been doing the majority of “carting #6 around.” He doesn’t mind if his older sister or one of his older brothers picks him up as long… Continue reading Can Anyone Say Chauffeur?
This past August the church I have attended for the last ten or so years merged with another local church. This merger was part of the Diocese of Syracuse and its plan to deal with a shortage of priests. The new church – Church of the Holy Family – celebrated its first Christmas last week. … Continue reading Christmas in a New Church