God Bless. I’ll miss reading about you and your family and your daughter’s semi cloistered life. I’ll miss your humor too.
Noooooooooooooooo! Yours is one of the few blogs I kept on my blog reader for Lent! I always agree with everything you say! You make me laugh! I’ll miss you!
OK, I know, if GQ is asking, you should do it. But my (now almost-19-year-old) daughter is asking if this means the IHS curriculum is not to be…
You *do* create beautiful web sites. It almost makes me wish I had one, so that I could ask you to design it.
You and your family will be in my prayers.
I will miss your sense of humor in this upside down world so I hope you’ll reconsider.
Wishing you all the best!
Ah, I need to clarify! I’m not going anywhere! I just can’t write as often. It will just be sporadic. But nice to see a certain few of you who I didn’t know were still here, are still here.
Ohhhhh, phew!!! I thought you meant your blog would be leaving. That was just too much penance for Ash Wednesday!
I will miss getting your posts everyday, but I understand. Your posts are the ONLY ones I look forward to on a daily basis. Good luck!
WELL! I am certainly glad to hear it isn’t good-bye-blog forever! I mean… what about ME?! And yes! She is GOOD (great! Awesome) at webdesign.
Is that how you celebrate birthdays in your house? Geesh! Tough bunch! My kids probably wouldn’t have eaten it if their brother’s face was in it! He’s smiling because he knows it’s all his now!
Are you and our Pope on the same course of discernment??? Txting each other? Encouraging these cutbacks???
Kidding aside. Prayers and best wishes to you both.
Oh, thank goodness it’s not for good!
I’m still reading. I understand how you have to balance everything. Your blog will be like some British TV shows; quality over quantity. (not that it wasn’t quality before of course)
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