See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Saturday, January 08, 2011

Living online.


Sometimes it all gets a little too bizarre.  I'm convinced a good share of bloggers have something wrong with them.

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  1. When I lose my marbles, I want to be just like you;0)









    (kidding!)

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  2. I live just down the street from the State Mental Hospital. At least they haven't come to take me away, yet . . .

    P.S. - I practice law. Believe me, people are just as crazy in real life as they are on the internet!

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  3. LOL! Thanks Tom and Bad! I'm happy you got the humor in this.

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  4. Can you imagine what the world would be like if you had to be licensed to blog?

    Now that would be boring.

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  5. A blog in Spain has made a post about the Drug War in Mexico. (Secretum Mihi Meum blog).

    I caught wind of it on another Catholic blog.

    I will send it to a Catholic blog located in Monterrey, Mexico.

    With the information, and more that we can add in, much good will be done; people that are in dire straights will receive tools with which to live fruitful, productive lives.

    Blogs are a tool that can prevent spiritual starvation.

    (appripos picture)

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  6. U.S. District Judge John Roll. The judge celebrated Mass on Saturday morning like he does every day before stopping by to say hello to his good friend Giffords… (from the news wire, Tucson, Arizona).

    Please pray for his soul.

    Blessed be God for allowing him to have Holy Communion before he died.

    God bless this Catholic man that attended Mass every day.

    May the soul of this Faithful departed, rest in peace.

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  7. I prayed for all at Mass tonight - this is a tragedy - thanks Pablo for the edifying news about the judge.

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  8. It is my hope you will remember those in my regular intentions as well we remember you and yours...

    God be with you.

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