Checking in with this impish grin to say…
OMGoodness, I love this book. I am thinking lots of lofty thoughts and you know, I am fond of lofty thoughts! On a good day they draw me closer to God.
I finished Week I yesterday (St. Louis de Montfort) and have started in on the writings on St. Maximilian Kolbe. This passage in particular touched my heart, especially when it comes to writing and blogging:
“There’s another kind of purity: purity of intention. A person practices purity of intention when he directs his thoughts, words, and actions not to himself or another creature but to a divine purpose or mission, and ultimately to God.” [emphasis mine]Lots to ponder. Lots & lots of lofty thoughts.
I will be back, God willing and for His greater glory. I am thinking about doing a post a day next week, as per the challenge issued by Jen @ Conversion Diary. My hope is that if I schedule my blogging, it will be less random. More: “I’m going to write about this on Monday” and less “I think I’ll blog instead of doing the dishes!”
Something like that, anyway.
Meanwhile, I’d like to leave you with the following quality home video. Francis is seven months today (!) and we have started him on solids. OMGosh, his culinary world has EXPLODED. You would think that I'd been starving the kid these past few months but I assure you...
...I have not.
My favorite part? The frantic arm wave. Also? I do not normally feed him on the table like that but I am, if you must know, a busy mom of many and sometimes we do what we gotta do.
As in, that started out as my bowl of oatmeal.
As in, yes we do indeed have a high chair but sometimes he's all, like, FEED ME SEYMOUR! FEED ME NOW!
Now leave me alone. ; )