On February 1st, my Mom and I brought home a new dog! She's SO adorable, but needs a lot of training, and while I wouldn't trade her for the world (did I mention that she's cute?) my Mom and I have to rearrange our schedules for her. And that's okay, but it means that I have to get into a new groove.
Sure, the faith was the same, but the way of doing things was different. I was involved in trying to form a ministry at my community college, but it fell through. So when I got to William Paterson, I had mixed feelings about jumping into a new ministry.
A few weeks ago, before I went on a blogging break, I wrote a post about how to create resolutions and even what mine are. But I had some time to reflect and I have somewhat re-adjusted my list, just a little bit.
There's a few things I have learned about resolutions. One is to never say, "I'm going to work out more." Well, of course, you fell through on that promise, because that statement is so vague!
Whether you're looking for that perfect crucifix necklace, a devotional book, or a beautiful saint statue for that special someone, look no further.
It's also the time of the year when we show our loved ones just how much we love them! And of course, Mom is at the top of your list! It can so tricky to shop for Mom, especially because they always say that they have everything that they need ;) But, we know deep down that she deserves a special little something.
I realized recently that I've been doing it all wrong. I scheduled to write articles that I wasn't in the mood to write. I'm not saying that I was writing about things that I didn't care about. I was inspired by the topic, but when it came down to writing it... not so much.
So much has happened to me this year, but I'm going to save that for another post since we technically have two-ish more months left of this year (also crazy to think about. Seriously, where did this year go?).
There were a lot of things I wanted to do this summer, but didn't get the chance to do. So I am determined to complete my fall bucket list.