Friday, January 18, 2013

Coffee withdrawals

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Hi, ladies!  It's been a long time since I've linked up for this even though there was a little break in there.  I'm glad to have it back though!  I'm actually participating in two link-ups today so if you'd like, check out my 7 Quick Takes as well.

I've had a good week though I'll admit I am not going to be winning the Small Things points contest any time soon.  I'm settled in now to a new job as a substitute school nurse and I've worked at two elementary schools and one middle so far.  I think my ultimate goal is to have a lot of kids learn how to truly wash their hands.  It's kinda gross how many don't seem to know the process.

I shared for the first time on this blog that I am becoming Catholic this Easter and it's been wonderful to read all of the supportive comments.  I'm also looking for people who might be interested in writing guest posts for me on switches between being Protestant or Catholic and requests from readers for posts on certain tenets.  Please leave a comment or contact me by e-mail if you'd be interested.

Speaking of, today begins the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity so I do hope you will all join me in praying this week for unity among the Christian denominations and for all the good people who work hard in ecumenical efforts.

I hope everyone has a great weekend!


  1. Wow, interesting! Becoming Catholic is a big decision...would love to know your journey. Is your family supportive? Is your husband Catholic? I would imagine that you are seeing many things about the Christian faith through "fresh eyes." I often think it would do most of us a lot of good to embark on understanding more "traditional" liturgy, theology and would at the very least give us a sense of being part of a long line of believers.

    Love your picture of the bread in the other post! I had a bread maker for a long time before finally giving it away. It made me feel guilty, seeing it never getting used. It went to a good home and is now being appreciated.

    1. It is a very interesting journey, Rachel Anne. Did you read the post from Monday? That explains in a better way than I can on the comments here, but just quickly, yes, I have a supportive family and my husband is Catholic :-) Here is the link to the other post:


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