- 25 October: PAPA! PAPA! PAPA!
- Quickie Quote: Eternity’s Sunrise (& butterflies!)
- An October Day @ Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
- Wind, Waves and Light: Art in Motion
- 15 October: Saint Teresa of Ávila!!
- Quickie Quote: Soulfully Motivated LOVE!
- A Canadian Thanksgiving Blessing (slightly humorous!)
- SPEAKING OUT: Voices of Love vs. Hate
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Tag Archives: Agape Love
The Easter Triduum begins tonight with celebration of the Lord’s Supper & culminates with the celebration of Christ’s Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Here are a few thoughts, again, about the L.O.V.E. of Jesus. Holy Thursday takes us to the Upper … Continue reading
Today is Mama & Papa’s wedding anniversary. Since they were married in 1956, this would have been a big one to celebrate: 60 years!! The fact that they shared 58 years together before Papa passed is nothing short of a … Continue reading
Today is March 8th… a date that will not be easily forgotten by this red head. Yes, it’s International Women’s Day, but more important to me — it’s the anniversary of my Papa’s passing two years ago on March 8, … Continue reading
Crying is a gift? To many of us that might seem rather contraindicated (considering runny mascara, red rimmed eyes & emotional turbulence) but the Gift of Tears is actually considered a charism of the Holy Spirit. Many saints (especially those … Continue reading
It’s now spring (let’s see if the weather catches up with the season.) Since early January Virginia, your A.W.O.L. Blogger, has been a bit occupied with Other Things. After enduring a severe two week bronchial infection, a week in the … Continue reading
It’s really late & Virginia the Blogger has been Out All Day (& Evening) so here are a few Favorite Verses that Help when the waters of difficulties pound the shores of our lives… “But now thus says the Lord, … Continue reading
Virginia the Blogger has been a bit distracted with various challenges the past few weeks. Papa was really sick last weekend (Mama & I thought the Pearly Gates were close), but after lots of prayer & lots of help in … Continue reading
Holy Thursday takes us to the Upper Room where the first thing Jesus did was wash the disciples feet, humbly like a servant. Across the world this evening thousands of lay people will have their feet washed by the Clergy … Continue reading