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Say a Hail Mary and Clean Those Beans!
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Spent a wonderful day with Father Samuel Leonard. He came back to our parish for a visit. Father Samuel now ministers in Santa Clara, California at Our Lady Queen of Peace Shrine.
His website is wonderful to visit.
to go to Father's website.
Listen to Father Samuel's homilies.
So what did we do?
We visited several elderly parishioners that Father Samuel dearly loves
(insert smile here)
He's such an enabler!
It was a great day!
Dear Lord, if I must carry a cross, let me carry this one!
This crucifix graced the home of a 97 year old woman who was moving into a nursing home the day, and almost the hour that Father Samuel and I were visiting her. The crucifix was about 3.5 feet tall. It's one of the most beautiful crosses that I have ever seen! It was such a thrill to visit the home of this lovely lady who was making a change in her life. She was leaving her home behind her and taking very few possessions with her. Not only that, the love of God and the movement of the Spirit was in her home. This visit reminded me that we need to pray for the elderly and the lonely.
Jesus, bless our elders. Let their caretakers be kind and patient with them. Let them be happy whether they are in their own homes or in nursing homes. Let them live the remainder of their lives with with grace and dignity. Jesus, help those who care for the elderly and the sick, realize that these human beings are sources of grace for those who are employed to care for them. Thank you, Jesus!
Angels! Angels! Everywhere!
I've been looking for props to use at my next show, a week from today.
I am so happy to report, that I found these angels at a thrift store in town!
I am so pleased, and the most expensive angel was
These will be fun to use!
Lunch was free that day!
Their computer system crashed and there was no way to charge anyone,
so when I got to the front of the long line,
lunch was free.
That was so nice of
I'm wire wrapping them now, and I'm hanging them on ribbon.
They really look lovely.
I have more to go, and they will soon be necklaces and ornaments.
Thank you, Jesus, for the gift of creativity!
Turkeys are in season. There were 7 turkeys outside. One of the them was clearly a Tom. He guided his family where he wanted them to be.
They found food.
All were happy!
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