Welcome Portugal! You're the 32nd country to visit my blog since I started it in 2011. Let's hope that you're talkative and have things to say about what I write. Please feel free to comment, even if you think that what I write is total rubbish.
Not much going on this week. Shooting a few applications out around the region. Archdiocesan Choir rehearses again tonight in anticipation of the papal visit. My daughter leaves for her school's biennial trip to Costa Rica. Yes, given the state of the world today, I'm worried. I wouldn't be a good dad if I wasn't. Trusting in God to keep her safe and healthy. Next summer she goes off to college along with her brother who will have completed two years at that point. Where did the time go?
I'm resigned to staying put in Norristown, at least through youngest daughter's high school graduation. If I can't find a library job, I'll have to have something else, and soon. Trusting in God to give me a shove in the right direction for that. Bills/tuition/taxes getting downright oppressive. I don't blame the current leadership though. I need to listen to God more and not worry about the dolts on the temporal plain.
St. Jerome, patron of libraries, PRAY FOR US.
*--First movement of Lincolnshire Posy by Percy Grainger, 1937, from source materials collected in 1905-1906.