I’m so sorry for the length of time that has
passed since I have last written a post.  Life
is SO crazy right now…and it just seems
like each week is flying by so quickly that all

I can do is hold on for the ride.

It’s official!  I have graduated!  I’ll
get my diploma from Seton Home Study
hopefully by next Monday,and my final transcripts
have been sent to my college!  It’s exciting,
and yet at the same time, I hate change.
Ah well, it’s part of life.

Is it just me, or is there something going on
every day in the month of May?  We’ve tallied it up
and on our schedule we have six graduations, one wedding,
one ordination, one big family birthday celebration,
and finals for the other kid’s school.  Like I said….crazy.

I did a massive closet purge yesterday.  I have three big bags
to sell to our local consignment store and one hug bag to donate
to Goodwill.  My room is beautifully clean – it’s amazing how
calming that is.

Last weekend we went to a debate between our
School of Faith teacher and atheists.  It was epic, and
made me appreciate my Catholic stance on morality and
God so much more.  And the fact that I stink at debating.
Oh well, we all have our weaknesses.

Does anyone have any good, more “modern”
books that they would recommend?  I have burnt through
so many books this week because every one that I
picked out either had profanity, immorality, or cussing while
doing immoral things….so any recommendations would
be much appreciated.

I ran across this couple’s awesome story
through Life Teen – what a cool couple and
they have beautiful things to say about Catholic Marriage.
Check out one of his multiple posts here
and their blog here.

Have a blessed weekend, everyone!

Chloe M.  

2 thoughts on “

  1. An awesome book about the many proofs against Atheism and for Christian Theism is “I don't have enough Faith to be an Atheist” by Norman Geisler and Frank Turek. I personally loved it and found it very enlightening.


  2. Hey Ignatius! How are you doing? I have heard so many good things about “I don't have enough Faith to be an Atheist” – I have been too busy to pick it up and read it, but I think it'll be on my (ever growing) list of summer book projects! Have a great rest of your weekend!
    God bless,
    Chloe M.


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