Sara down if she starts to blow away.
2. Thank-you for all the kind words on my reflection on my morning at the 40 Days for Life vigil. Nikki, the coordinator for the Pittsburgh 40 Days for Life blessed and humbled me by asking if she could repost my words and pictures on their blog. Please visit and read about the amazing stories of changed hearts that have happened.
3. The Man is out of town this weekend visiting his BFFs (do guys call them that?). I am planning a surprise that will make me earn points towards 'best wife ever'. I can't tell you what it is because The Man reads this - I can tell you it's NOT doing the laundry. I will be doing that, but I already told him that I'm doing it, so it won't be a surprise.
4. I can't believe Holy Week is upon us. I've learned that I 'do lent' better if I give something up that I'm going to get back on Easter Sunday. I've done well with not spending extra money on unneeded items, but I'm not gonna lie, I'm missing the anticipation of that first 'sweet' on Easter morning.
5. Thanks for all the prayers for my pup. Kali is doing really well. Her stitches were removed this morning and the results were as good as we could have expected. The cancer was contained to the tumor and the only treatment we are to do is Pepcid AC - not because Kali has an upset stomach, but because it has anti-inflammatory properties that can prevent a recurrence of any tumors. We do have one more test to wait on the results of, but everything we've seen so far says her lymph node needle aspirate should come back negative.
6. Our town has a new Catholic Radio Station and I am loving it. Especially the Catholic Answers show that is on every night when I drive home (or to wherever I'm headed). When I'm actually going straight home from work (rarely), I find myself sitting in the driveway listening to it - and when I'm headed somewhere else, I wait in the car until the last minute. I'm not ever in the car for a really long time, so I don't know if it's just EWTN radio or if it's a combination of shows or what. Really, I don't care, I like it either way.
7. And now a question for you - those of you who are NOT Catholic, what is the #1 question you have about the Faith. For those of you who ARE Catholic, if there was one misconception about the Catholic Faith that you could clear up for either non-Catholics or Catholics who don't-really-get-it (as I was), what would it be and how would you clarify it?
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