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Grandsons' Birthday

Shadow Shot Sunday 2

my 'princess' kitty, lady over all surveyed hmm, is Jax the lord?
linked to Shadow Shot Sunday 2

Weekend Reflections: Windshield

Haiku My Heart: St. Jude

The object on top of St. Jude's head  is a flame which identifies his presence at Pentecost.

linking to the radiant Rebecca's site
for Haiku My Heart

Himmelsk #139: Minnetrista Cultural Center

More Sights at National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes

I promised to post more photos taken in the summer of 2005 at  National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes. Here are a few....
Note: to learn more about each saint, click on  each saint's name for a link.
St. Padre Pio  St. Bernadette
Monument Dedication

St. Therese of the Child Jesus

ABC Wednesday: Tulips

time for... The letter for this week is... 't'! One of my favorite words that begins with 't' is my  terrific, titillatingandtenaciousSiamese kitty Ting Ting, but she is not the subject this week. I present my tulip images.

follow this link to SOOC Sunday
venture over to Rebecca's Postcards from Paradise

Mornings with Mary: The Holy Family

A Hymn for Memorial Day

I find this hymn in the Monday, May 27, devotion
of the May 2013 issue“Magnificat” so fitting for today.
Remember, Lord, the fallen Who died in fields of war, In flaming clouds, in screaming crowds, On streets that are no more, That we today might waken And greet this day in peace With grateful prayer for those who bear The storms that never cease.
Remember friends and strangers, And those forgotten now, Whose names are known to you alone,  Before whose love we bow And ask that you surround them With mercy’s endless light That they may live, and we forgive The foe they went to fight.
Remember, Lord, the living, Who bear the pain of loss- A death she died who stood beside  Her Son upon the cross.

Remember all your children, The dead and those who weep, And make us one beneath the sun Where love will never sleep.
May each of you have a peaceful and safe Memorial Day.
photo taken on Walmart's parking lot near the display of flowers







Vintage Weekly: Maternal Grandparents

Postcards from Paradise: Our Lady of Guadelupe