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H1, H2, & Big Boy Life on the (L)edge

Begun in the aftermath of Katrina, this blog was a way to keep family and friends updated as the family struggled to return to a semblance of normalcy. Now, more than four years later, the memories are still strong, the family is, to some extent, scattered. However, life did go on, and this is our story.

June 11, 2009

NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS... UPDATE FROM NOLA

An update from the NOLA Westbank deacon…

KenEllie are getting ready for their Disney vacation. They leave tomorrow for a week in and around the Magic Kingdom. We’ll miss them while they’re gone. Praying for them a safe and happy trip!

H2 is doing pretty well in his new role as protector of the populace! In his first three weeks he has seen three dead bodies (all non-violent, unless you call a bridge jumper violent), arrested several people during traffic stops, and had to draw his weapon a couple of time (no shots fired!). And, if I do say so myself, he looks absolutely GREAT in uniform!

H1/DIL1 are heading in at the end of the month, and we can hardly wait!! While here we will get the whole family together to celebrate our (Linda’s and mine) 40th wedding anniversary. AND, H1/DIL1 will also be having their marriage blessed in the Church! By yours truly!

Saturday last, we had dinner with DLG, Major Dad and kids. It was great to get together again, and Ditali’s Pizza is always a favorite. The kids are doing great. Ian is dealing with his injury as best he can, with physical therapy twice a week, and working out with MD in between. BB misses school already. Molly is just busy being cute as a button! DLG is eagerly awaiting the start of the new season of True Blood on HBO.

Thanks a HUGE bunch to H2 for taking the valkyrie to the Honda shop for maintenance, and to MD for picking it up for me! Linda and I have ridden to work twice this week!! Hopefully tomorrow, too!

I guess summer’s about over for me… :-( I’ve enrolled in “Vatican II: Continuity and Development” at Notre Dame Seminary’s Summer Theological Institute. It will count toward completing my Master’s in Theology. I’m pretty excited, as this course should help in understanding what VCII really intended in the way of reform, and where and why it all went awry, if indeed it did. Good stuff!!

I’m also easing into the routine of preaching twice a month at my parish, at the request of my pastor. I just wish it would get easier, but after 10 years it hasn’t, so I’m not holding my breath!

And just a gentle reminder to family… passports… Pasaportes… PASSPORTS!!... ¡Hurra, Mexico en julio de 2010.

God's blessings to all!! Dominus Vobiscum!

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Blogger Stalker v1.5 said...

Good to hear all is well and can't wait to see you all very soon.

1:00 PM  
Blogger Patti said...

Working on the passports!!!

1:55 PM  
Anonymous Major Dad said...

Passports! We don't need no stinking passports!!! i still need a birth certificate. Can I change my name before we go? I have three different birth certificates in California all ready!

7:05 AM  

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