Well, actually it is the last Sunday is this here snowy month. March as got to be a notch warmer. And Lent coming up. Wow, Felipé, what are you giving up or adding this time? Well, have to give that some thought.
And Easter toward the end of April, the 22nd I think. This will be my sixth anniversary for me in the Catholic Church. Wow, time is flying. I must be feeling like an old timer by now. Love my little Island parish, small but mighty.
They want me to build another cabinet for them. Yes, that will be great. The reason they need one is they are expanding a program and they need more secure storage space for the ingredients. A small group of parishioners run this program called Backpack Pantry. Each week come rain or shine they pack forty eight parcels of food and drop them off at the various schools. The idea is that a student in need will get a backpack full of food to get them over the weekend if things are lean.
Then at the other end of things we have our dear friend Jessika who I talk about often who is studying Canon Law or Church Law. And in addition she is working to become a member of the Order of Malta, the folks that took me and Padre Tomas to Lourdes last year. All this very scholarly and knightly.
I guess I am trying to say that I feel at home there from one end to the other. Just wish I had my dear Mother to take to Mass with me. She would enjoy that. But she sees me now and that makes me happy.
Well, have the Sunday afternoon walk here in a few minutes. The snow is melting a little bit more each day and we are getting things more cleaned up. Soon it will be pretty normal.
Please come when you get a chance.
Only the best to you, late winter loves, Felipé.