Now that the guilt over not posting so frequently is over, I find myself being called back. As long as I can return here when I think I have something to say, I may be able to pop in every so often. A month's break was quite refreshing. I hope I don't make this a seemingly never ending post.
One of my most recent bits of news is our new family member. Harbor Humane Society called him Figg. Here he goes by Figgy Puddin'.
It took until last night for him to come out of hiding. For the first couple days we could usually locate Figgy by thes hisses and by Leo staring (or glaring) in his direction. But he has come out and now sleeps a lot in out of the way areas.
The highlight of the last month was my confirmation. It was after much study and prayer that I was confirmed at the Easter Vigil service.
Midge patiently shepherded me through the process. Mary was my sponsor and Fr. Stanley celebrated the sacrament that brought me into full communion with the Catholic Church. Much of my Lenten reading, especially a book called "When the Church Was Young" strengthened the decision I had already made. I am very happy with my choice. It is good to know your church actually takes a stand. And that it has a tradition going back to Christ and Peter.
And I have been knitting. (Not crocheting Doug!)
I am making a Shape It Shawl for Mary to use at the silent auction for the new hospice house she is a part of. It will be a long triangle with tapering ends. Perfect to wrap around and tie or let hang.
I am using the left overs from my handspun yarn. I originally used it for the yoke of a sweater I made about seven years or so ago. I also had stripes of it around the bottom ribbing and the cuffs.
Well, there you have it. I won't promise I won't be gone so long because I just may. But I will pop back from time to time.