That title is misleading, because I’m in a wonderful mood this morning. Why? Because I bought new towels last night. For possibly the first time in my 26 years of existence, I have used a brand spankin’ new towel…wait – I take that back. I used a new one once without washing it first and I got all sorts of little green fuzzies all over me. I remember finding them on my body hours after the fact. Regardless, new towels just make me feel like I’m living a high-class life. Higher-class people always have newer towels.
This is a good one #Fail.
You probably already broke some part of your Lenten promise…I know I did. Let’s pick ourselves up & start feasting!
I’m a huge baseball fan. I love quantifying it through stats to figure out who is better than who & why. I also love the science of pitching mechanics; pitchers are always getting injured, better mechanics make it safer to throw a baseball (an extremely un-natural & violent motion), but this is way over my head.
Good ol’ Lent. Good to see you back, buddy.
I don’t know many people who share the same view as me on the liturgical season of Lent. Most view it superficially as a time where us Catholics give up something because we’re supposed to. It’s much more than that.
Lent is a time for growth and preparation. The sacrifices we make during Lent help us prepare for the celebration of Easter; This celebration is the foundation of the Catholic faith – in other words, the most important remembrance for Christians throughout the world.
I’ve got some things I’m working on, but I’m gonna keep them to myself. I plan on growing a lot this Lenten season, and we’ll see what happens. Here’s hoping that all of you have a wonderful and growth-filled season of preparation for Christ’s resurrection. God knows we need salvation from ourselves!