waters rising

 

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September 13 is the feast day (in the Roman Catholic Church) of Saint John Chrysostom, bishop and Doctor of the Church. An Early Church Father best known for his preaching and public speaking, Saint John was given the name Chrysostomos, meaning “golden mouthed,” after death.

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What set him apart from others in his time period was his ability to apply scripture to everyday circumstances, teaching people how to incorporate the Gospel in all that they did. Continue reading “waters rising”

Relish the year!

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Remnants of the final holiday relish tray re-purposed as a scrumptious dinner!  Simply, brilliant!

 

The blog-o-sphere has been filled these past several weeks with a ‘ka-zillion’ year-end reflections, as well as New Year’s Resolutions.

And I have ‘relished’ reading

every.

single.

one.

(I wish I could have high-lighted them all – but these are just a few…be sure & take the time to click on their links – they’re all well worth the read!)

I am so blessed to follow some WONDERFUL bloggers who have gifted me (and countless others) with wonderful reflections of a year now closed; as well as, great insights on the ways we all should consider improving or enhancing a New Year just beginning! Continue reading “Relish the year!”

marching to the beat!

it’s the monday giggles…

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If a man does not keep pace with his companions

perhaps it is because he hears the beat 

of his own drum.

Henry David Thoreau

Drumroll, please…

Continue reading “marching to the beat!”