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Lenten Challenge, Day 14, with Recipe!

Chore-wise, it was an okay night. Somehow, I ended up with only enough leftovers to manage either dinner last night or lunch today. (Truthfully, I had enough ready-to-eat ingredients to put together a light meal, but my lunch was lighter, so I didn’t want to do miso soup with lunchmeat and an artichoke for dinner). 710 more words


Homily: A Time to Be Transfigured

“It’s a question of discipline,” the little prince told me later on. “When you’ve finished washing and dressing each morning, you must tend your planet.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince, 1943. 895 more words


Sermon – Mark 8.31-38, L2, YB, March 1, 2015

How many of you have taken on a discipline for Lent?  I have been talking to many parishioners and most of us are taking on something.  1,022 more words

Original Design : A Life of Prayer

In order to have any beneficial conversation on the subject of prayer we must first consider the character who is the object of prayer.

Prayer is not a force, although it is one of the most powerful influences on the world. 535 more words

Discipline Do's and Don'ts

I’ll admit, one of my biggest challenges as a mother is disciplining my children. Even at their young age, sometimes I feel like I come across as too strict and sometimes too lenient. 56 more words


Discipline- I Need It!

Something has changed in me over the last couple of weeks. At first I thought I was imagining it. But then I realized it was actually happening- I was just being me again. 1,029 more words


Sir and Little Girl... Correction

Have a Wicked Wednesday! everyone!

“You’ve just crossed the line, little girl.”

His eyes glared across the table at her, burning into her, alighting a heat deep within her, a tightening in her thighs, a tingle between her legs, a flush spreading over her cheeks.

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