I took this last week off just to take a week off with nothing to do, much...
|My Hunter man.|
He is so smart it scares me a little. We had a long conversation about energy. He really knows a lot about it, and is fascinated by nuclear energy. We talked about renewable energy sources, fuels, and what the future of energy will be. I should say HE talked about, I just listened and tried to come up with good questions. (Although I knew I was completely out smarted) Now I'm not positive, but I'm pretty certain that he didn't learn all about it in school. He has taken his own time to learn it. Those summer days when he is home, he isn't just playing Minecraft, he is actually learning about things he finds interesting. His future looks so bright, I might just have to wear shades... :)
Oh yeah, and an interesting gem he found out recently, Pope Frances was actually a Chemist before becoming a priest. Hunter thought that was pretty cool.
I had a hair appointment on Wednesday to get a cut and all of my gray covered up. Those of you who have seen me recently will agree, it was getting pretty bad.
|Ohhh how I hate selfies|
And then the most exciting, nerve racking thing happened, I received an email from Sirius XM's The Catholic Channel about doing an interview with Gus Lloyd about my conversion story! I was so surprised, it took me a little while to respond. I mean really, I'm not sure my story is that interesting, but you never know what will capture someone's attention and maybe the simple stories are good for people to hear too.
Anyway, emails back and forth and it has been settled that I will be doing the interview on Monday morning at 8:00 am EST. I'm nervous as can be, but with a lot of support and prayers, I will make it through. So please, send up your prayers for my peace and confidence and that the Holy Spirit works through me on Monday.
Thursday was a lazy day at home, but I got to spend it with my daughter Kayla. That rarely happens anymore, but it was really nice. She cracks me up...that kid can talk.
One last thing...you may have seen my post about the Matthew Kelly talk I attended a couple weeks ago. I recently came into possession of an extra copy of his book "The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic". So I would like to give it away to one of my blog readers. I know I don't have much of a following yet, but I would really like to share the wealth a little bit.
So if you are interested in winning this book, please leave me a comment below. I will leave it open until the end of November and then draw a lucky winner.
My goal for this week was to get rested up. There is so much going on in healthcare lately that I really needed to get some time away so that I could rest and prepare to jump back in refreshed and whole heartedly give it all my best. I believe I have accomplished that.
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