As some of you know, I have been on a journey that will continue the rest of my life, but I did commit to my path over Holy Week.
I was confirmed to the Catholic Church and received my first communion as a Catholic on Holy Saturday. How good and right it was for me.
I pray that all your journeys bring you as much joy and as many blessings as mine has brought to me.
I find it sad in some ways that we have so many newbies, but certainly joyful in that we have the opportunity to help them. It is also a joyful service for me to continue helping, supporting, and just being with so many wonderful friends. We are truly breast friends and I would be so lonely without you.
So, to all the newbies I have not been able to welcome, I say welcome. I can hardly wait to get to know you. And to all of you "oldies" that I love so much, you have been in my prayers and thoughts daily. (Yeah, you newbies too.)
Oh, thanks for the pink feather!!! It actually floated towards me when I opened the envelope. From its constraints, to me with the help God's breath.
So just to catch up with all of you, I say Hello, tell you that my 5yr old DGD is without a doubt the sweetest little girl I know, tell you that my 6 month old DGD is to impatient to learn to crawl and just rolls everywhere, and let you know that my DH and I just celebrated out 35 wedding anniversary. Who would have thought?
I see my P/S tomorrow, my nipple reconstruction is not healing well, and I am a little concerned but glad I am seeing him. I know I worry too much and he will set me at ease. But if some of you would like to be with me, I would be very grateful.
Much love, many hugs, and blessings to you all.
Perfume and incense bring joy to the heart, and the pleasantness of one's friend springs from his earnest counsel.