“God finds us when we forget about ourselves and live in the present.
Michael Leach – Book, “Why Stay Catholic”
God Finds Us
Okay God, if you are looking for me, I’m here in my office pretending to work . . .
Hmm, it rather looks like I’m posting just once a month here. Better not make any promises that is going to change . . .
A special thanks to Maria who sent me a note yesterday wondering if I had stopped to rest awhile – which of course is as good an explanation as any. In truth I have been working on my business site – except not today. Today I am doing anything but work. A total, “Oh hum, I just don’t feel like it and waiting for the mood to strike to make me want to work . . . which of course it doesn’t . . . ” I’ve really got the procrastination bug bad.
And speaking of bugs, is anyone getting as paranoid about the Corona Virus as me? I swear every time I sneeze or have a bit of allergy acting up from all the trees in bloom I start going into super, hypochondriac overdrive. Something I do extremely well.
I wish I had something encouraging or exciting to tell you but life is just going pleasantly along with no big mountains climbed or valleys traversed. Day after nice ordinary day and it’s all rather nice. I hope it continues. I definitely am getting older. Not wiser but older.
Hope you are having a wonderful, joy-filled, God blessed day.
Why Stay Catholic
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- Spring is springing everywhere!
- Taxes sent off to my CPA. I have a private CPA which is my sister. A very, very nice thing to have.
- Pudge went to the vet a few days ago and he is now on a daily dose of ibuprofen for awhile for some pain issues (possibly related to age). It seems to be helping him a lot. He also got his spring haircut which makes both of us happy. He was a very woolly, miniature mammoth for a while.