Saturday, March 13, 2010

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

Hi folks!  It seems that winter has at last loosed its grip on us.  Last Sunday was beautiful and I spent most of it in the backyard with a book--earning myself a painfully sunburned neck.  Today my brother and sister from Georgia met the rest of the family at my dad's in Mississippi and we boiled crawfish.  A good time was had by all and we finished the evening by attending mass in my childhood parish, where I saw a couple of people with whom I went to high school.

I was supposed to work all afternoon tomorrow selling GS cookies but the leader called tonite and said that they sold out today and can't get more.

On the blogging front this week, I am giving away an Exergen TemporalScan thermometer.  I'm not sure how it would work for basal body temps, but for an easy way to take a kid's temperature, this thing is great.  My "From My Reader" post has some links that may interest you all.

Sunday Snippet--A Catholic Carnival is a way for Catholic bloggers to get to know each other and share our best posts.  If you are a Catholic blogger, whether you blog about Catholic things occasionally or exclusively, you are welcome to join us.  To participate, go to your blog and create a post titled "Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival".  In it, highlight and link to your best posts of the week, and include a link back here.  Then come back here and sign Mr. Linky, leaving the link to your post.

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Here is Mr. Linky--I added him after publishing originally.  Thanks Nod!

7 comments:

  1. Mr.Linky seems to be missing ...

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  2. Happy Lent; thanks, RAnn!
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    This week on Sunday Snippets, WBN presents: How to be a Hero.

    * Enabling Greatness
    * The Light Is On

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  3. Thanks for hosting! God bless!

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  4. This week I posted the text of my favorite Stations of the Cross. It's out of print and the wording probably won't be brought back, but they are from my childhood and I love them. Only 9 more to go as I'm posting one a day.

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  5. No Catholic post this week... but I did a direct link to my thermometer giveaway..... as Ruth said, not sure if it would be good for basal body temps but it's great for kids

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  6. Yeah, sorry I'm late. I posted a fanciful speculation on how other Christians would deal with no electricity at church on Sunday morning. That was my situation today - no electricity at mass.

    Peace.

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