I think everyone can agree, 2020 has been a tough year to date. One could hope for better days on the horizon, but the clouds look stormy. So, we must deal with reality. The coronavirus will be with us for the foreseeable future, causing uncertainty on Wall Street and Main Street, as well as within our own homes. Yet, when the clouds look their darkest, that is the time to count your blessings.Count Your BlessingsWhen you count your blessings, it can be a real mood lift.  Here is my list. I suggest that you make one of your own. I am grateful for my:Husband of 41 years; for his love and support.Faith in GodHope in Christ’s promisesLove for family, friends and neighbors, and their love for meBlessings bestowed upon me by God each dayParish priestsGood health, and for my husband’s good healthJobRoof over my headClothes on my back and shoes on my feetFood on my tableCars in my garageGive Praise and Glory to GodPerhaps you plan to “stay at home” this summer and forego a vacation at the beach. Or, perhaps you have lost a job and money is tight. Whatever the reason for your stormy skies, know this:… Read more…

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