It’s Springtime and another week closer to Easter! I love how every plant is in full bloom and the green grass lays like fresh carpet across the lawn. It’s the perfect time to grab a picnic blanket and lay beneath the sun. I’m always usually alone, so being outside I usually spend a lot of time, meditating and catching up…

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day everyone!! When this day rolls around I always think of it as being how “Fat Tuesday” is for us down south, with the celebration of Mardi Gras. During our Lenten season we give up eating meats as a penance on Fridays. Saint Patrick’s Day is very similar to this in Ireland, except their “Fat Tuesday” is…

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As I continue into my second week of the lent season, I thought I would give you a little peek inside my adult prayer cards. This year I didn’t give up anything but with the occasional “no meat” Fridays. However, I want to do more, give more and spread a little happiness to my prayer life. For some of us,…

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We have made the first week of Lenten season and whether you are a Catholic or not, one thing is for sure – you’re bound to have some fun with these prayer cards. You may not know exactly how lent works and that’s ok, but with the help of these daily prayer cards you will certainly be on the right…

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For me, I have always struggled with a slight form of dyslexia. I use to never raise my hand during class and reading in a group session I would suddenly have to, “run to the restroom” when it was my turn to read. I was always ashamed of my English and grammar in school, but the truth is I really enjoy…

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One movie in particular comes to mind as I’m writing this blog and that is, “Jingle All the Way”. Perhaps you remember the movie about the dad running all over town trying to buy the last popular super hero action figure of the season and then the happy ending comes with the dad actually being the super hero in the…

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Since my last recent trip to the Cancer Treatment Center, I have been laying low and making the most out of the upcoming holidays with my family. When you don’t really get an A+ report dealing with cancer, it really puts life in perspective and makes you thankful for the time God gives you. Every. Second. Of. It. That is why…

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