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Vintage Weekly #73:Summertime at Rainbow Beach

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Weekend Reflections #203: Koi Pond

Himmelsk: Photo Walk

Holy Day

'Although it is not mentioned in scripture, the Assumption of Mary has been a solidly held belief of our faith since apostolic times. It has been celebrated liturgically since the 6th century AD. The Assumption of Mary was declared a dogma (a divinely revealed truth) of the Catholic Church by Pope Pius XII in 1950 when he proclaimed, in a document entitled Munificentissimus Deus,' “The Immaculate Mother of God, the ever-virgin Mary, having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heaven.” source: I attended the 8:15 a.m. Mass at my parish church. What a glorious feeling I felt with a big part of the church filled with  the students who attend St. Mary Elementary School  and Blessed John Paul II Middle School. There is no sound better to me than the voices of children in song and praise. May Mary bless you day! Almighty and eternal God,  who hast taken up into the glory of Heaven,  with body and soul,  th…

Signs: Photographer

Mornings with Mary: My Ramblings

What do I want for myself for the new year? entrust God feel his presence be inspired
host a writing group
be energized to… pray  exercise write
these goals were written  January 1, 2013
did I get them out even once since that day? am emphatic NO is my reply there is  a proverb "He who fails to plan, plans to fail." well that goes for following through as well as planning I do pray each morning and evening but what happened  to... exercising writing hosting a writing group?
little progress there when I am brutally  honest  about myself I see that I have few close friends who live in my town who enjoy  reading writing walking so I  spiral downwards into the familiar  lonely state  I ask not for sympathy, just that you pray, dear devotees of our Mother Mary, for me to envision the positives in my life to help   lift my spirits  enough to turn this  spiraling downward into an upward path
thank you for listening with kind ears
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Quotography: School

"He who opens a school door closes a prison door." ~Victor Hugo~
a proud day for all,
especially for my parents,
me in my commencement gown 

Nowadays I would be 
categorized as 
a nontraditional student,
meaning I was not just
out of high school.
By this date in 1966,
my husband and I
 had three children
ages 4, 5 and 6 years old.
linking with pleasure to Kaylene's Quotography