Biblical plagues and back-to-school

Well it’s that time.  We have all four in school starting next week, from eighth grade to preschool.  I love my kids and hate sending them off, in part because I hated school, and in part because I’m dying.

*Snif!* Continue reading “Biblical plagues and back-to-school”

The Nutcracker

I got to see this live at DAR Constitution Hall in high school, and two of my friends were performing, as well as the Christmas section of Handel’s Messiah.  It was quite stunning, and I highly recommend seeing the ballet!  Reader-land, I am going to share a very irreverent story!  Continue reading “The Nutcracker”

Divine Irony

Today is the memorial of St Pius X.  I am not particularly devoted to this saint, and the amount of online heresy using his name has turned me off to him.  However, I think it’s a good idea to explore, because God has a wicked sense of humor. Continue reading “Divine Irony”