opening ourselves with the hinging daylight hours

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Feast of The Immaculate Conception

I am leaving to drive across the country tomorrow.

Its been a wonderful week, and a little sad. Kori is moving back to L.A. and I am driving her back. I am quite excited about the wide open wild west opening before my eyes, and winter nights with starry skies and the mesas.

Dec. 6th this week was the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. The kiddos from Sacred Heart Sunday school helped me with the marigold seeds that we saved from the marigolds they planted this year on the annunciation for the flowering Assumption.

Father Michael blesses all our heirloom seeds on this feast day of redeemed creation and sacred heritage. may this seed be exhaustless, be fruitful and multiply.

1 comment:

Ched Myers said...

Andrea: I see you are coming to L.A. soon. Do you have time to pop up and visit us in Oak View (about an hour north of L.A.)? We'd love to see you, and can provide a bed if you need one. Don't know how hectic your schedule will be, but we'd love to see you; we'll also be in town a couple of times and could see you there.
Thanks. Ched Myers (323-365-7413) chedmyers@bcm-net.org