Thanks for this Mrs P. So good to see it again.I remember it well. I was in the late stages of pregnancy with #3 & couldn’t sleep. Flicked on the telly at around 2am, just at the right time to see this live, and promptly started shaking Mr Blurn to wake him. Poor love thought thought the baby was coming.
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Seven years ago today…
Anne-Marie ‘felt’ the negative comments more than I did, strangely. The way I see it, they don’t know me, so why take it personally? This is something that teaching has produced in me too. I used to take great offense at negative comments from students. Not no more.
Can you email me re. what we were talking about before, to tell me what ever came of it?
Incidentally, we are having a very NS day here: misty and foggy. Feels good, actually.
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In Case You are Seeing Double
Love this post and link to answers about Ash Wednesday! I will have to link it up to my blog for reference! It’s always fun to “meet” other Catholic bloggers and so glad I found your post through NOBH that I help co-host! I’m now following you! Come by for a visit in my corner of blog land if you get a chance! Would love to have you! God bless and Happy Lent!
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Why do Catholics put Ashes on our heads on Ash Wednesday?
I read soulgardening journal and from an email I learned of your blog. I am enjoying reading it. Love the herbs photographed above and am also very inspired and interested in herbs. I used to live in Canada, and Portland OR, and we have attended Cana 3x w/ my children in Combermere! Thanks for sharing!Sarah