Thursday, December 31, 2009


We are off to baby sit a couple of our grandchildren for New Year's Eve, so I will probably have more pictures soon. Tomorrow we go to help celebrate Son #2's birthday (which is really today) and that will ensure MORE pictures!

Meanwhile, I liked this meditation from Richard Rohr for the New Year:
When we celebrate New Year’s Day, we celebrate the rebirth of time.
We wait for our God to do new things.
We wait for who we are, and who we are to become.
We wait for the coming of grace, for the unfolding of Mystery.
We wait for the always bigger Truth.
We wait for the vision of the Whole.
But we cannot just wait. We must pray. Our prayers then start naming and defining us. When we hear our own prayers in our own ears and our own heart, we start choosing our deepest identity, our biggest future, and our best selves.


  1. VERY nice reflection.....Happy 2010 to you and your loved ones, Pat.

  2. Good to "see" you today. Thank you for dropping by and leaving your comment.

    It's been awhile since I've visited here; or so it seems. I loved the meditation, especially: "We wait for the always bigger Truth". Knowing that He is the Way, The Truth, and the Life, I can think of no better Person to wait for!

    Blessings to you & yours,