Nature does nothing in vain. Therefore, it is imperative for persons to act in accordance with their nature and develop their latent talents, in order to be content and complete.
I’ve kind of left my blog behind. I’m gonna be honest though, I write on it all the time in my head. I miss the words on screen. I miss the gift counting for real.
Here’s happy news.
The philosopher is close to being an almost doctor. Truth be told: he has wanted this higher education since he realized it was a thing. He was 12 years old. He has always been a deep thinker, deep reader, searching for more. I feel like if we didn’t fall into homeschooling, this kid would have been an atheist. And because we knew little – we would have been okay with that. But, he isn’t. He is Catholic strong. He knows his faith. He lives his faith with that brown eyed girl by his side. They both work hard to make it all come true. My heart grows when I think of it.
He wants to teach in Catholic colleges to seminarians. . . Ethics and Philosophy. They say the Church is going to hell. I say, there is hope. The sons & daughters of the church are rising up. I see them. I know more of them like him: his brother, his sister, his friends. . . that brown-eyed girl. The list is long.
The next thing, at the end of summer he’s off to CUA to study that doctorate. The first 100 times he said it, I ask him what CUA stood for and he would smile and say, “Catholic University of America, Mom.”
and I smile big because – I’m his mom.
He blows us away.
fourth of July with family and friends
warm banana bread I can eat
little love jealous when she see arms full of another little love
my morning snapchats of sweet blue eyes
phone calls of friends “just checking in”
happy to see me
aunt and cousins down to visit
kicking off the birthday week with cake
a first-time taste of Brandy.
he reaches out when I walk by