As a military family, we move. A lot. Being an Army brat, I am used to the ever-changing nature of the military life, and I try to make the best out of every duty location. Some locations are more difficult than others, though.
I drove into the bank parking lot and sat for a few minutes, listening to Fr. Riccardo discuss the seven deadly sins on the car radio. I was waiting for him to get to gluttony.
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I was reading the story of the Israelites in the Book of Numbers, and it seemed like such an ancient, un-relatable story at first.
Christians have all been advised (via books, pulpits, counseling sessions, etc.) to make an effort to try to find a point of mutual agreement with non-Christians before making the case for Christianity.
We were driving across town with some family the other day when we realized we were going to be held up by a train. All of the adults in the car groaned as the gates lowered and the red lights started flashing.
A bitter-sweet milestone in my vocation of mommy was reached this past week. My baby turned 10; thus, I celebrated our last kiddie birthday party. No more mailed invitations, goody bags, games, and prizes. After more than 24 years, I will not have any more birthday parties to plan. I was excited and melancholy at the same time.