{SQT} Episode LATER


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Hoping to get my post up before I head out of town for a GIRLS WEEKEND. Yes, I’ve discovered these mythical things really do exist and I’ll get to experience one first hand! Details later. But feel free to link up your post NOW and check back in a bit. An InLinkz Link-up SaveSave

07/13/2018

{SQT} The NyQuil Edition


Seven Quick Takes

Since last Friday I have: 1. Saturday: Hosted our annual Nativity of St. John the Baptist party. It was a record turnout with 129 people, mostly children, and I think the warmest temperatures yet. 2. Sunday: Hosted a tenth birthday party for Fulton and some of his friends complete with a scavenger hunt, water gun […]

07/06/2018

{SQT} Midday Edition


Seven Quick Takes

1. Tuesday night I went to the last homeschool mom’s social of the year. Despite trying to leave several times, I arrived home way too late for my usual 5:30 a.m. alarm. It’s another sign of my approaching 40th birthday that it’s taking me all week to catch up from that one crazy evening out. […]

06/14/2018

#31DaysofMary: Our Lady of Africa


31 Days of Mary, Catholic

Our Lady of Africa Title given to a miraculous bronze statue of Our Lady, housed in the Basilique Notre Dame d’Afrique in Algiers, Algeria In the time of Constantine, northern Africa was Christianized along with the rest of the Roman Empire. St. Augustine was from this area. In time, this land fell under Muslim control and it […]

05/17/2018

#31DaysofMary: Our Lady of Altotting


31 Days of Mary, Catholic

Our Lady of Altotting (sometimes spelled Altoetting) Miraculous Black Madonna statue placed in the Chapel of Grace, Altotting, Germany in 1330 The Chapel of Grace in Altotting, marks the spot where St. Rupert baptized the first Christian Duke of Bavaria. An octogonal baptismal chapel was built to commemorate the event. Although the original chapel was destroyed, the […]

05/16/2018

#31DaysofMary: Our Lady of Mariazell


31 Days of Mary, Catholic

Our Lady of Mariazell, Austria In 1157 Our Lady dramatically answered the prayer of a Benedictine monk named Magnus by splitting a huge rock formation in two. While walking through the forest of what’s now Austria, a Benedictine monk named Magnus sought the perfect location for his hermitage. He came upon a rock formation too […]

05/15/2018