March 2010

Miscellaneous

March 31, 2010

I was on my way to bed last night when I noticed my batteries needed a bit of a charge.  I opened my bedroom drapes to open the door to turn on the charger and what should I see but snow.  I came home expecting warmer weather and sun, but I get snow, which means […]

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A Dr. Phil Moment

March 31, 2010

I have a lot to blog about I know, a lot of wonderful things have happened in my life in the last few weeks, tiny hands, tiny feet, and joyful moments with family. What is greater in this world than welcoming home a new little life?Welcome Lucca I can’t wait to get to know you! […]

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Lucca

March 18, 2010

I was 14 I believe when my father and I were sitting at the table after dinner.  There was  a can of olive oil on the table. (He loved olive oil and put it on everything even after it was cooked.)  It said Lucca, Italy on the can and he pointed to it and said, […]

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Terrific Two’s

March 5, 2010

Two years old is a time of magical thinking and wonder. A time to explore the world when you are still close enough to the ground to appreciate it. When things of adult monotony are casted in a a new light of delight and amazement. If we are to describe these years as terrible then […]

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The Symphony of Thought

March 2, 2010

This is an idea from the Lost Symbol by Dan brown: Well directed thought is a learned skill, like the violin it may take years of practice to develop, but with patience, effort and enough drive we can become proficient at the violin if we so desire. So it is with thought, We make a […]

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To Live As Christ Did

March 1, 2010

I receive Maryknoll Magazine because I make a monthly donation.  The Maryknolls do mission work throughout the world.  But they don’t see their job as making Christians, but in doing what Jesus would do by helping the poor and ministering to people. There was a story about Father Venne, who worked in Bangladesh for 30 […]

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