Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Daughter’s Re-Posted Thoughts


I will admit I check Facebook only a few times a week…usually when I haven’t heard from my far-flung “children” and want to know what they are up to. I believe one daughter called it “slooping” – slang in their … Continue reading

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Hope in the City


Today I want to share with everyone an editorial I read in the Plain Dealer from one of their associate editors, Christopher Evans.  It concerns the horror awaiting all children who decide to run away, are taken away, or otherwise … Continue reading

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Death of Tonya Reaves after an abortion is a reminder that abortions carry risks – Chicago Sun-Times


Death of Tonya Reaves after an abortion is a reminder that abortions carry risks – Chicago Sun-Times.

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Honesty


True honesty comes in many forms.  And last night, we were the recipients of an  “honest” opinion. Walking into a newly opened restaurant in Michigan City, IN I asked the first person I saw leaving  if the food being served was good.  Now … Continue reading

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Loving Our Neighbor… in an Election Year…OMG!


There are times in one’s life when a particular title will tickle your funny bone, and the one the USCCB put out about loving one’s neighbor in an Election Year caused me to chuckle out loud.  It is easy to … Continue reading

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Death – Three Times and You Are Done


I was reminded last night of my Great Grandmother’s belief that a person dies three times – not to mention  her subtle request to always keep her memory alive. Busha (Polish I believe for grandmother – at least that is what we were led … Continue reading

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<a href="[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKhVnAgt0EY&w=560&h=315%5D&#8221; title=”How Our Founding Fathers in DC revered JC”>How Our Founding Fathers in DC revered JC

A descriptive walk  through our nation’s capital remembering, or learning, how our founding fathers opted to revere the Almighty. 

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Four Degrees


I am reminded once again how close we are to each other…in fact, we are in removed from each other by only four degrees of separation. How else do you explain meeting a man (a very nice man)  who a. … Continue reading

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Become involved in the discussion so you can understand what is at stake


A United States Federal Judge has ruled against seven states in their lawsuit to block the contraceptive coverage mandate ordered by an unelected government worker – Kathleen Sibelius.  Appointed by President Obama, and not elected by the people, this woman … Continue reading

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A 103 year old Optimist


If you are ever having one of those days when you think you cannot go on – stop and think of a lovely lady I will call Mrs. H.! She survived the Great Depression.  She survived World War II in … Continue reading

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