Catholic Woman Almanac Vol. 1 Issue 6

::Moments of Gratitude::

A roof over my head.

A heater that works.

A good dog, who is right now sleeping.

Husband safe driving to work.

::Pondering::

Will this wind cause the power to go out. (Let us hope not!)

::Outside My Window::

Rain, snow melting, and wicked wind pushing through the trees.

::Praying::

For the Church

For Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

For Pope Francis

For all those in the Clergy

For all those in Religious Life

For the Dominican Order

For those discerning their vocations

For all young adults

For the pro-life and pro-marriage cause

For all those in the military and their families

For the unborn and their families

For all those who are ill

For Rita Unverzagt

For Irene Beaver

For my uncle-in-law, Jay

For Darrell Beaver

For all those who are lonely

For all those who have died.

::Cooking::

Steak and Potato Florentine with Side Salad.

::Wearing::

Black stretchy bottoms, black tank top and husband nice slippers

::Going::

Unless the weather says otherwise, going with a friend to the Post Office.

::Reading::

Haven’t started a new one yet, but will after I finish blogging.

::Listening to::

Whatever Pandora puts on, right now music from ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’.

::Wandering Around the Web::

::Liturgical Living::

Today is the Monday after Epiphany Sunday.

Today is the Monday after Epiphany Sunday.

::Quote from the Saints or Religious Person::

The first end I propose in our daily work is to do the will of God; secondly, to do it in the manner he wills it; and thirdly to do it because it is his will.

–Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

::Around the House::

Probably work on Laundry.

::Looking Ahead::

A four-day weekend staying at home with husband and our dog, Maggie.

::Captured::

It was quite foggy this morning. Thankfully it passed, but of course it just meant one thing: rain was coming strong....argh hate rain in winter. Give me my snow!

It was quite foggy this morning. Thankfully it passed, but of course it just meant one thing: rain was coming strong….argh hate rain in winter. Give me my snow!

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5 thoughts on “Catholic Woman Almanac Vol. 1 Issue 6

  1. I do hope that you won’t lose power and heating throughout the weather extreme that you are experiencing!

    I will join you in your prayer intentions…

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