Now I Begin,
Now I Begin,
A Hot Mass It was hot at mass this morning. Our new church prefers to trust in the Lord for their airconditioning and relies upon open windows. The Lord does provide and an occasional cool breeze did cut through the stifling heat. The Lord helps those who help themselves which is why I was grateful Want More?
Originally published as part of a collection for Everyday Ediths. Twelve stars upon your head rests, a diadem of the world. Born clean without sin, to bring forth a child foretold. A necklace of wool in one hand, beads of prayer in the other, To your immaculate heart we pledge and you, shall be called Mother. Want More?
Ps 50:14 Offer praise as your sacrifice to God; fulfill your vows to the Most High. Praise Him Praise Him. Adore Him. Lift Him up in song. Worship Him. Love Him. Seek forgiveness for your wrongs. Of fruits of the Earth He has no need. His Commandments and the Word you should heed. Bless Him. Want More?
This Sunday In California: The room is warm and I’m sleepy. This mass starts at 10:30, an hour and a half later than the mass we attended in VA. I’ve been up since 6:30, because I’m stuck in a hotel room with two dogs whose whining to potty I cannot ignore. It’s the wheat and Want More?
Sand in my toes, sea salt in my nose, wind in my hair my cares in the air. Anxieties flee- in a sea of peace and serenity. Clouds passing by, an endless blue sky. Shells to discover in pinks and caramel colors. Footprints in the sand, memories left where I stand. Runners fly. The seagulls Want More?
I think, therefor I am. I am therefor I think. Small, small, smaller I shrink. Tiny, I scurry in a flurry, down the hall unseen, invisible from the scene. I think, therefor I am. I am, therefor I think. Tall, tall, taller I grow. Reach high beyond the trees, beyond the sky, beyond me, myself, Want More?
Ginger Snacks “Hey Ginger, what are you doing?” “Getting myself some Ginger Snacks.” “Ummm, well one, that’s not okay and two those are not Ginger Snacks. They’re Scooby Snacks…for the dogs.” “One, what’s your point and two what’s your point?” Want More?
Robert Munsch’s Paper Bag Princess Synopsis: An ordinary princess learns just how extraordinary she really is. Genere: Children’s Fairytale What Critics Thought: Highly acclaimed and beloved book, originally published April 1980 and is endorsed by the National Organization of Women. It has an average rating of 4.2 on both Goodreads and Amazon. Why I read Want More?
From the Book Jacket It’s America in 1962. Slavery is legal once again. The few Jews who still survive hide under assumed names. In San Francisco, the I Ching is as common as the Yellow Pages. All because some twenty years earlier the United States lost a war-and is now occupied by Nazi Germany and Want More?