"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Yay! Cathy of Alexandria got her job!

She's all busy getting her clothes ready - to look professional and fashionable... you know.

13 comments:

  1. Is that a new religious habit of a nun from a new religious community? LOL

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  2. Is Cathy a dancer? Is that dancer apperal she's wearing?

    I notice she's showing a little leg, which she often does to get her way;0)

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  3. Yeah, and HOORAY!!!

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  4. How the *HECK* do you find these things, Terry?!

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  5. ....and I *DO* like them! :-D

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  6. I'm so happy with the way my figure looks in that knit dress!

    That's all.

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  7. We could ask how Tom would "know" that...

    ;-)

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  8. Gette - haven't you heard of Grey Garden's? It is about Jackie Onassis' aunt and cousin and their decline. This footage is from the documentary but there was a play and a film as well. It is quite a sad story, but as in every life, there are some funny moments.

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  9. Good for "hah", as they say in the northeast (a place I spent time and do not wish to revisit!).
    May God bless and keep her far from the Enemy...which lurks everywhere:<)!

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  10. Terry,

    Gosh the things I learn here on your blog! I got a lot to catch up to, I guess!

    ~Gette

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  11. Dear God in Heaven, I am so lost. I have en oh idea what these people are on about. Please help me to understand. On second thought... - Amen.

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  12. Cathy-

    Shhhhhh...that's between us;0)

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  13. Tom: I know! That's what I thought and now here you are "outing" us!

    LOL!

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