MYSTERY. SMARTS. LAUGHS.
TRULY HE IS RISEN!!! HAPPY EASTER!!! WE LOVE YOU HEATHER!!!
Truly, I love you all, too, Cecilia!--thank you for making every day a little resurrection...
A Blessed Easter to you Heather. The extra good news is that it last's another 49 days.My little sketch of the One who is alone my hope is here.
I truly loved your reflection in the MAGNIFICAT this Sunday, Easter morning. Thank you for your journey and being able to share with us.God bless you.
HAPPY EASTER, HEATHER. Terrific article. Last night, I was at a Passover Seder and it was wonderful; except, for the fact that hostess's husband is an admitted alcoholic. Grateful today.
Thanks, folks: Owen, don't know whether this came through on your blog: Beautiful sketch, Owen, thank you, and for your always astute insights/wisdom. A happy and blessed Easter season to you and all those near you...Jeanne, glad you saw Magnificat. I can never remember when the stuff is gonna be in (has been submitted six months before), so it's always a nice little shock for me, too. That Milosz poem slays me. And Barb, somehow a host with an admitted alkie husband is SO Easter! I personally am exhausted...but think how Christ must have felt after the Triduum...
Happy Easter, Heather! Gorgeous spring day here in Ohio- I played the piano for 7:30 Mass this morning and then went to the Cathedral with those who couldn't get up so early. Double the joy! And, thanks to your wonderful surprise of that Bob Dylan song, I was able to send an Easter song to the rest of my sibs that have been not so "observant" in recent years. I LOVED it- new to me, so thank you for that happy surprise. Shoot, I don't get the Magnificat, and you can't read it online. I'm going to have to look into that. What a blessing to have written for Easter. Congrats!A big hug to you, and have a joyful Eastertide. So, Lent in Palm Springs, and Easter- where?
Happy Easter, Heather! I likewise enjoyed your Magnificat piece. Prayers for a blessed Eastertide
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