I Am Back.

Really. Honest. I mean it.

Oh boy. In my last post I promised to keep on blogging. That was a month ago. Embarrassing much?

So. What happened. Well, first I took on the job at my parish of Director of Faith formation after my predecessor took a job at another parish. It has been harder to find the time and energy to blog than I anticipated. It didn’t help that I have had a nasty cold for much of that time.

The new job prompted me to consider if I should continue this blog or close it down.  I haven’t had time to read my favorite Catholic blogs never mind write new posts for my own. But I think that I am called to keep this blog going. Besides I do miss writing even though it is often a painful process.  I just have to develop a consistent habit.

Hopefully writing on this blog will become a habit quickly.  My favorite deacon is probably thinking, Yeah right.

You see it took me 38 years to develop the habit of doing the laundry on the same day every week.

About Susan Kehoe

I am the wife of a Catholic deacon living in Des Moines Iowa. My husband Larry was ordained in 2006. We have two children and five grandchildren.. Our daughter and her family live in Ireland, and our son and his family live in Franklin Massachusetts.
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2 Responses to I Am Back.

  1. We all understand what you mean about finding time. David leaves the house at 6am after the Bishop gives his daily inspiration so I started putting a load in the washer then and dry the items before I leave for work at 7:15. I fold the laundry while he is studing or we are watching TV. Nothing like the smell of spray starch while watching a scary movie. : )
    God bless and keep up the blogs, they help me stay focused as we are starting our journey of Deaconate.


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