Brett didn’t get the job. Please keep praying for us.
Our Knights of Columbus Lenten Fish Fry begins tonight! We always volunteer. I enjoy helping even though I’m (obviously) not a Knight. It is such a community event in our parish. Plus, it is nice for me to have a job to do, since I’m really not good at community events and socializing. Besides, it’s lovely to have several Fridays in a row where I don’t have to figure out what to cook for dinner.
Tomorrow I’m going to have a busy day at the Columbus Catholic Women’s Conference (I’ll be attending) and the Pontifical College Josephinum Irish Fest (I’ll be volunteering). Wish me luck for this long and possibly grueling day!
Lent has given me a renewed leash on eating over the past two days. I didn’t realize how difficult it would be to give up sweets. I already know my weak point is going to be when I’m stressed…which is when I shouldn’t be eating anyway! It is important for me to remember that I’m setting myself aside for Jesus as I do this; it is not just something to do, it is not to prove anything, it is to give myself to my Savior.
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know that this past summer I began washing my hair with baking soda and water and rinsing it with a solution of apple cider vinegar in water. On the intrawebs, they call this “no poo.” From time to time, I use conditioner, but I hardly ever use shampoo. Last week I bought Organix Coconut Milk Conditioner. Now I want to use conditioner every day because it smells so good! I’m a sucker for coconut anything.
May God bless you and give you a wonderful weekend!
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