I have written about, in the past, my sisters daughter who had brain cancer as a child, she is 22 now, and over all doing fine. She has the mentality of an 8-year-old, and this, sometimes, causes one to stop and reflect on what she has to say. Many times you just smile and laugh because … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia For Christians Easter is the high point, the summit of our faith, our Lord and Savior is alive, He has defeated death and is among us. What a wonderful feeling, to know that our all loving God cares enough about us, a sinful people, to send His only son to walk in … Continue reading
Yesterday I blogged about the Saga of 3 boys and a mother. Today I will continue that storyline (I only wish it was a story). As of today, the mother of the young man living in my house has not returned his calls or talked to him. My feeling is, he no longer serves … Continue reading
Ok, so the story of the selfish one continues… As I stated in a previous blog, the mother and her two boys had to move out of my sisters house by the end of the month. Well she did not want to wait, and decided it would be better to sneak out during the day, … Continue reading
With Mothers Day upon us, it is time to reflect on our mother, both earthly and those that are no longer with us. The other day I posted a blog about having parents, or better yet, the blog was tong in cheek about needing to prove I had parents on my birth certificate. But it … Continue reading
This past weekend I spent my time reading and listing to Catholic radio. Of course I cleaned the house, did my wash and other such tasks, but I spent a lot of time sitting and reading. It was nice, I have not had a lot of time to do that, or should I say I … Continue reading
The Catholic Church has been under attach for sometime from the liberals. Be it the liberal media or liberal Catholics. They have decided that the the Catholic faith is the last allowable prejudice. Not only is it allowable but it is also encouraged! The attaches coming from with in the faith are the most destructive … Continue reading
With the 4th of July nearly upon us, I thought I would take a moment to talk about freedom, freedom worth fighting for. The 4th of July, an American holiday, our day of independence. We learn about it in school, Paul Revere yelling “The British are coming, The British are coming!” and we all … Continue reading
“It’s 7:oo pm, Do you know where you child is?” I remember that being on TV when I was a kid, It was a reminder for parents that they must keep track of their child, to take care of them and to protect them. To me, at the time, I just found if sort of … Continue reading
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