Sunday November 23, 2014
Monday November 24, 2014
Spent time doing projects that I love.
Tuesday November 25, 2014
Had an interesting YM night on peace. It included yarn…
Wednesday November 26, 2014
Was able to relax a bit before having to work on more homework.
She knows how to relax, really well.
Thursday November 27, 2014
Thanksgiving day in the City with some of my family.
Friday November 28, 2014
Saw some of my friends from High School!
Saturday November 29, 2014
Finished up the majority of my homework for the break and received the sacrament of reconciliation.
Sunday November 30, 2014
Mass, a birthday brunch at Chris’s house and I took part in a Midnight Run, which was an incredible experience.
Monday December 1, 2014
Was tired, but extremely grateful for my experience the night before. I think it was the kick in the butt that I needed.
Tuesday December 2, 2014
Presented my final project, which I had worked on all of Thanksgiving break. My professor was very impressed, and introduced me (at a later date) as her prized student. woah. Anyway, I really enjoyed researching and writing about the impact of Seamus Heaney on society as well as on my own life. Irish Studies classes are the best.
Wednesday December 3, 2014
Attended a reading by author, Belinda McKeon. Her passion for her work made me excited about writing and reading her novel. Like the midnight run, this was a sort of kick in the butt. Writing is an appreciated skill.
Thursday December 4, 2014
Went Christmas shopping via amazon, and I am grateful that I checked a lot off of my list without having to go to the mall.
Found this image on pinterest and was later saddened to find out that it is no longer available on etsy. At least it makes a beautiful lock-screen wallpaper…
Friday December 5, 2014
Had evening prayer and adoration for the Youth of the Parish, and was in awe of how beautiful the Church can be while the lights are dimmed…
Saturday December 6, 2014
Went to Catholic Underground in NYC. Had a wonderful connection to evening prayer, and sat in the peaceful presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Some highlights from evening prayer:
Your word is a lamp to guide my feet, a light for my journey. (Psalm 118)