I forgot my dinner at home when I went to work tonight. Oops. And by dinner I mean a peanut butter sandwich. Does it count as a Lenten fast if you just forget to eat?
I really hope people didn’t give up reading my blog for Lent. Maybe you should read it as your act of charity for the next 40 days.
My husband is so awesome he signs me up for things without ask my permission first. And I’m not even being sarcastic. The Montana Innocence Project was recruiting volunteers to help do some cold calling because it looks like the death penalty may be overturned in Montana. He knew I’d love to help and signed me up. So guard your phones, Monday night you might be receiving a call from me about repealing the death penalty! That’s highly unlikely though unless you live in this state and have filled out a card somewhere saying you would be interested in being contacted about anti-death penalty activism.
I wrote a college scholarship essay about why I thought the death penalty should be repealed. I didn’t get that scholarship. Big surprise, University of Richmond isn’t exactly known for that kind of thing.
I had my first exam of the semester Thursday. I think it went okay. If you want to know anything about drug use in the pre-historic/early modern era, ask away.
So on WordPress you can see what people searched for that lead you to your blog. My funniest one so far? “Transportable Cabins.”
Is this a phrase you’ve seen anywhere on my blog?
Our priest gave one of the most amazing homilies I’ve ever heard last night. I should write about it, but I don’t think words can do it justice. The priest basically asked for the congregation’s forgiveness of the Church for all its sins – the inquisition, the crusades, the sex abuse, injustices against women. And not a “oh, well whatever get over it cause the Church is the bee’s knees” type homily. It was truly humble and beautiful.