It’s been a lifelong dream of mine to kayak a river in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. This summer, I did it!
Can’t experience Mexico in person? Here are my top five picks for learning about it through literature. (OK–to be honest, not all my selections qualify as “literature”! But that doesn’t mean they aren’t great!)
I found out that The Feast of Our Lady of Refuge is July 4th. Just like the “feast day” for the Statue of Liberty. Coincidence?
I always thought it was standard procedure that everyone knew when the last day of school would be. Then I moved to Mexico!
I believed in the Eucharist for a long time. It took me longer to understand what is required of us when we really do believe.
How are those New Year’s Resolutions turning out?
My journey getting to know and appreciate Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Come with me on a whirlwind tour of my day!
Or not–some days are, some days aren’t. But sometimes it is fun to see what other people are doing!
Emily Lee Garcia, Hannah (and Doren) Tripp, and I are collaborating for the South of the Border Bloggers’ A-Z Challenge. Our mission? The letter R–for Real de Catorce! Real de Catorce is a gem of a Pueblo Mágico, tucked away into the mountains of northern San Luis Potosí. It takes awhile to get there–but it’s…
I’m participating in the Catholic Women Bloggers Network blog hop on Favorite Prayers and Devotions. I couldn’t pick just one! This fall, my Bible study was taking suggestions as to what we should tackle next. Should be study one specific book of the Bible? A theme? If so, what theme? I suggested prayer, because it’s…