I guess I’m feeling a little silly this morning. Catherine asked me what the blog was going to be about today and I said glibly my transition from eating donuts to bagels at our tailgate party. Yea, why not.
Catherine is such a good influence on me. I think over the couple years of our doing this little ritual after Mass on Sunday she has always had a bagel and cream cheese with her Monastery coffee. Me, I always had a gooey donut til gradually switching over. Seems probably a healthier choice.
But donuts or bagels the tailgating continues and Sunday just wouldn’t be the same without it. No one stopped by today to say hi to us as usual they normally do. So we had the time to ourselves. We both had Confession lately so we talked of that. The Notre Dame Women Basketball Team is playing in the Championship game this afternoon so we were planning a viewing party. And have the walk too and tapas. A lot to consider.
And Catherine the esteemed writer that she is won an award, it was announced on Monday. It was the 2018 Sarton Literary Award for Memior. Yea, our Catherine for her book Finding Mercy in This World. So check that out, buy a dozen for all your friends.
Sunday today so no Lenten quote. Father David had laryngitis today and struggled to get through Mass. This is the hardest work of the year for Father, Easter time with all it’s moving parts.
Well, that’s the way it is here on a Vashon Sunday morning. Well, lunch time now. Come by for the walk and tapas later.
With cream cheese loves, Felipé.