What is Right Not Who is Right

One thing I will admit is that I am a confident person that is somewhat of a go-getter.  Sometimes that confidence can boil over into being a very proud person, which means I need a reality check to make me aware of what's really important every now and then. This past week, there was an … Continue reading What is Right Not Who is Right

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Time Is On My Side

I am currently going through a journey called the spiritual exercises based on reflection from St. Ignatius. The journey is not hugely religious but more so helps to enhance your own spirituality through Bible reflection and prayer. Each week is a designated theme that allows you to grow deeper in discernment as well as a … Continue reading Time Is On My Side

Goodbye, OLSH…Until Next Time

Wednesday's announcement of Catholic school closings meant that my former elementary school, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, would be closing next year. I never would have thought that OLSH would close its doors.  At one point it had nearly 800 students walking its halls, with fire drills having lines of three down the stairs. … Continue reading Goodbye, OLSH…Until Next Time

When God Gives You a Storm…Make a Vacation

The weather this past week made my much anticipated trip to New Orleans a no-go. While I was beyond disappointed I wouldn't be traveling to New Orleans and working with a group (The Saint Bernard Project) I have heard so many wonderful things about, I kept telling myself that everything happens for a reason. But … Continue reading When God Gives You a Storm…Make a Vacation

14 Resolutions for 2014

Call me crazy for making 14 New Year's resolutions, since many people can't keep even one, but I'm optimistic.  My theory, the more little ways you can try to change your life, the better, either that or the more odds you have to actually stick to one resolution.  Either way, here's the path I want … Continue reading 14 Resolutions for 2014