A new holiday tradition may be taking shape at our house, fashioned from the remains of the feast.
Monthly Archives: November 2021
Today’s find: Simmering
Today’s find: Burst of glory
The maple trees in our yard put on quite a show this season – offering a late-arriving, but ultimately spectacular array of yellow, orange and red hues to delight our eyes in the autumn sunshine.
Alas, all good things must come to an end. And so I spent most of Saturday removing the leafy remains from the turf. Continue reading
Today’s find: Clear Bag Policy
There was an interesting “counter-flow” evident on the approaches to Chaifetz Arena, just ahead of the Billikens game last night.
Today’s find: The call of all
“Sainthood is the call of all,” Father Brandon said in his homily.
Then he went on to tell a humorous story from his childhood – when his mother, frustrated at his youthful inaction in preparing to head off to school, cajoled him: “You can be a saint. It’s too late for me. But you, someday, can be a saint!”