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Gaining Control Over My Home Life With Motivated Moms DAY BY DAY IN OUR WORLD - March 5, 2014 Like many moms, my life can get rather chaotic. Unlike a few ladies in my life, I seem to have the ability to turn a blind eye to the chaos closing in on the house until it reaches a critical point which demands immediate attention. It isn't that I like a messy house. I'd prefer to have a calm environment where I could open the door to welcome an unexpected guest without cringing. Organization is something that I crave, even if I struggle to get ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DayByDayInOurWorld/~3/TAHXN0WPFj0/
On Illness and Blogging… TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - January 17, 2014 ... religious - separate from my work. Suffice it to know that I work in a technical field for a major corporation. Few people can claim to still love their job after 25 years, but I'm blessed in this regard as I find my work fun in the way crossword puzzle lovers enjoy playing the game. I also work with, and for, some of the greatest people one could hope for in a team. I suppose that is part of what makes work fun for me. Similarly, I usually do not discuss my health online. ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2014/01/of-illness-and-blogging.html
Bishop Paprocki's Homily for Prayers of Supplication and Exorcism in Reparation for the Sin of Same-Sex Marriage CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - November 21, 2013 ... temptation, but deliver us from evil." Our prayers at this time are prompted by the fact that the Governor of Illinois today is signing into Illinois law the redefinition of civil marriage, introducing not only an unprecedented novelty into our state law, but also institutionalizing an objectively sinful reality. It is not hateful to say that an immoral action is sinful. On the contrary, the most compassionate thing we can do is help people to turn away from sin. To ignore another person's ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2013/11/bishop-paprockis-homily-for-prayers-of.html