Sunday, February 16, 2014

Sunday Ramblings

It has been a quiet, reflective day here in the old Phillips homestead.

I attended Mass this morning and Father Brian once again gave a wonderful thought provoking homily for this the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time. He brought forth thoughts on the readings that I had never even thought about. Mentioning how Christ stated that women were not property but people in their own right. Makes me wonder how some people can still treat women as second class citizens with lower pay and in some countries they don't even have the right to vote!!! We sure haven't come very far even though some governments would like us to think we have.

The afternoon was spent knitting while Kris and Harvey bonded, doing something they both love.


Ice fishing, well they both love fishing in any way shape or form and it gives them "Men time". I wanted them to get pictures of some of the rather large ice shacks but this is what they came home with.

They didn't catch anything but were gone for almost 3 hours giving me some needed alone time (something that has been in short supply over the past few weeks of cold temperatures and snow).

Kris is heading home tomorrow and I will be busy trying to get things done around the house before I go back to work on Tuesday. Hope the roads are in good shape.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

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