Ah, Family. What can one say? OR, what can one NOT say 😉 With Family, one has it all! The Good, The Bad, The Ugly (LOVED that Spaghetti Western, BTW), The Loving, The Jealous, The Gossipy, The Lies, The Truth (no matter how painful), The Agony, The Joy, The Heartache, The Euphoria, The Righteous, The... Continue Reading →
In the struggle between the stone and the water, in time, the water wins. ~Chinese Proverb This is so simple. So true. And yet, how much time and patience are involved! PATIENCE! Do you ever feel it's wearing thin? I'm trying to let it thicken... I need a MOUNTAIN OF IT!!
Time won't give me Time... Remember that one? I don't recall where I read this stat, but it stated that most people, including yours truly, would trade money for time. We Never have enough it. There could be 28 hrs. in a day and still I am quite certain that we wouldn't put those... Continue Reading →
The Word Boob Tube has an interesting Etymology. Coined back in the 1960's "Boob" was originally slang for an Idiot and Televisions were made up of the Cathode Ray Tube along with various Vacuum Tubes. Last Week my Wife came across a somewhat graphic Sex Scene while changing channels on the TV around 9PM. The Movie turned out to... Continue Reading →
If you have not had the opportunity to read "Lambs to the Slaughter" here on the From the Pews Blog, please do so. I may seem a tad biased, but I think that my husband did an Amazing job! His writing is one of the main reasons I fell in love with him, and after... Continue Reading →
I found the following Information on the Public Health Agency of Canada regarding the Vaccines used and required in Canada. The ones that I have posted here are the Vaccines that are currently approved for use in Canada (as of May 2006) and that are developed utilizing "human cell lines from ABORTED foetuses, WI-38 and MRC-5" (Vatican Study, word Aborted capitalized... Continue Reading →
Humans are Sheep. It's what was going through my mind when Father Mario delivered his Homily this Sunday. The Gospel reading was that of the "Good Samaritan" (Luke 10:25-37), the Classic parable which exemplified the Ethical teachings of Jesus Christ. As Catholics we all know the story of the travelling Jew who is beaten, robbed and left for dead... Continue Reading →