Saturday, May 23, 2009

MIA...and found again

I can't believe it's Memorial Day weekend! I really can't believe that I HAVE NOT POSTED IN over TWO MONTHS!! I can't believe how time (and life) has just been in a whirlwind of activity.

A few weeks ago my 3 time a year column was published in our Catholic newspaper in the MyFaith section....I thought I'd share it with my readers (if I have any left...)

http://www.chnonline.org/main.asp?SectionID=24&SubSectionID=21&ArticleID=1465&TM=2316.467

I try to take a day of reflection to write my columns and usually end up writing about what's going on in my life currently. This one came at a particularly good time for me and I even surprised myself! I hope you enjoy it too. (and the best part is the Catholic Herald forgot to "age me" with my column...I'm still 27!! That means I have 3 more years until Th-Day instead of less than a year! WOO HOO!)

Please pray for our 8th graders this week...they are coming home from DC tomorrow, having their graduation retreat on Tuesday and graduate on Saturday...they are really excited. I'm so proud of them; what a fantastic group of 8th graders we have this year. I may even miss them!

I'll try to get back on the blog bandwagon soon....thanks for hanging with me. Life shouldn't be this crazy...right? Peace out!

4 comments:

Kelly_SSJ/A said...

Welcome back!!! :) Thank you for the reflection in the article. It came at a really good time for me as well. So, thank you for the message that while we may frequently be found in construction season there is always something better to be found at the end of that season. And I too thank God for those who challenge and call me deeper into the journey home to God and to myself and to where God wants me to be there...

Robin said...

Welcome back Sister. I've missed reading your blog and prayed that only a hectic life was keeping you from it. Nice to see you back.

Pachyderm said...

Hey Sr Katy

Awesome that the Nun is still Fun! Thanks for your article - nice analogy. We're having major road construction here in Wellington, New Zealand too - but it hadn't occurred to me to think of it as an analogy for spiritual life. Have to think about that one.

Nice to have you back.
Pax
Robyn tssf

Brian said...

God bless you Sister!

I pray your enthusiasm is the answer to all the prays for vocations!

beautiful blog!