Thursday, March 04, 2010


It snowed for a while last night as I was on my way home from St. Cecelia's after 7:00 Mass. I'm getting plum sick & tired of it by now. This morning I sent out my K of C dues for the year. I always seem to send out this council's dues at the last minute. Tonight I have to go to another meeting over at O.L. Mt. Carmel. I should hope Lynn Marie's feeling better. My car's mileage recently got up to 135,000. As of last month, I've had it for a full fourteen years. Today is National Grammar Day. I absolutely despise any disrespect whatsoever for the English language. Any attempt at cramming liberal ideology down our throats, by way of language, gets me crazy. Lately I've been listening to a lot of old albums, mostly from the 1960's. There's a lot of variety in all that old music.

Monday, March 01, 2010


The snow lasted for quite a while over the weekend. It came down over the course of three days & today there's a slight drizzle. Dave was very helpful. He shoveled quite a lot of the snow. I went to confession on Saturday at 3:30 at St. John the Evangelist Church in Pittston. When I got there I noticed that the parking lot was filled up. When I got into the church I overheard someone mention that Justin Cardinal Rigali & our new bishop were there. I knew they'd be showing up but I must have forgotten it was this weekend. I made sure I stayed for 4:30 Mass. After Mass I met them both in the Seton Auditorium. Uncle Frankie came over for supper yesterday. He's been getting around more each day lately. I got a headache yesterday. Oddly whenever I get a headache my right eye always gets really bad looking. Today is the first day of March so spring will soon be upon us. I just got a letter from the Red Cross on Saturday. There will be yet another blood drive at St. Joseph's Church on Sixth Street in Wyoming next Sunday.


St. Joseph's Church,   94 East 6 st. Wyoming Pa. 18644... Sunday March 7, 2010... 11:30 am to 4:30 pm

quisque me ad cenam vocarit, valeat.   

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