• The Other Day

    I think I’ve figured out what bothered me the most about the other day ~ Intimacy. For me, attending Mass is an intimate experience. I am there to praise and worship; to connect…

  • Untitled – On Purpose

    Today was a rough day. I didn’t blog about it, but I had a second foot surgery in six months a couple of weeks ago. I had gone back to the doctor wondering…

  • Not Just A New Chapter

    Last summer I made a decision to blog regularly. I had even decided to work with someone to redesign the blog and move it to a new domain. However, none of it ever…

  • Contentment

    As this holiday season comes to a close with Epiphany, I find myself reflecting on how this last month or two went. As I think, I realize that this has been one of…

  • Feast Days

    Growing up we didn’t celebrate a lot of feast days, so I never really thought about it. It wasn’t until a few years ago, when we really started homeschooling, that I thought about…

  • First Day of Homeschool

    Let’s try this again. I’m a little less stressed than I was last night (or early this morning) when I apparently deleted my entire post about our day. I still have no idea…

  • Calm After the Storm

    I’m sure everyone’s done talking about Hurricane Irene; some feel it was hype, while others are still cleaning up. My thoughts and prayers are with those who got hit hard and are still…

  • Word on Fire – The Catholicism Project

    The other night I had the opportunity to preview Episode One of Catholicism. Catholicism is a ten part documentary created and hosted by Father Robert Barron of Word On Fire.  The website’s description:…

  • Media and Me

    Today Courtney over at Women Living Well is beginning a series called Media Mondays. The topic this week is Media and Our Walk With God. I will admit that there are times that…

  • Beauty

    * This post is being linked to Home Sanctuary‘s Company Girl Coffee and Prairie Flower Farm’s Building Our Homes Together. When I think about Homes and Sanctuary, I think of Beauty. When we…