Thursday, April 30, 2009

Confirmed in Christ

On the evening of Tuesday, the 28th of April 2009, Michelle was Confirmed in Christ by Archbishop Eusebius Beltran at St. Philip Neri Parish in Midwest City along with twenty eight of her classmates. It was a beautiful ceremony attended by her four grandparents, her parents, her Aunt Patti, her sponsor Anna and a number of good friends of the family. Thanks to all who traveled so far to be with us and all who joined us in spirit and prayer. Michelle's Confirmation saint was St. Cecilia. Confirmed on the 28th of April, it was the Feast Day of Sts. Louis Marie de Montefort, Gianna Beretta Molla, Peter Chanel and Paul of the Cross, so Michelle and all of her classmates may also claim these special friends of God as patron saints.

As you can see by the pictures, it was a beautiful and memorable occasion which Michelle, and the rest of us, will always treasure.

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Monday, April 27, 2009

First Prom

My oldest daughter, Meg attended her first prom this past week-end. She went to the Del City prom with her friend, Alec. Here she is all decked out in her lovely dress compliments of my dear friend, Lyn. Thanks so much Lyn! As you can see, she looks so grown up. Where have the years gone?!

Thank You God for watching over her and please continue to do so!

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Monday, April 20, 2009

The Priests in concert at Armagh

May God bless and protect His earthly angels in all they do! This is too beautiful for words.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Lemonade Stand Award

Thank you Harvee Lau, of Book Bird Dog, bookblogs and goodreads friend for this award! It's only my second blogging award and I never even officially published my first. This time, however, I'm not passing up the fun or the honor!

Here are the rules:

1) Put the Lemonade Award logo on your blog or post.

2) Nominate at least 10 blogs that show great attitude or gratitude.

3) Link to your nominees within your post.

4) Let the nominees know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog.

5) Share the love and link to the person from whom you received your award.

I'm passing on the award to:

My niece, Joanna, at
Ready, Fire, Aim, Apologize.

Kay at
Read, Scrap, Live.

Gary at
Ballad in Plain D.

Teachinmom at
Peace and Quiet.

David on
A Roman Catholic Convert.

Clare on
On Gold and Glass.

Pete on
The Food Which Endures.

Enbrethiliel on Sancta Sanctis.

Amanda on Bless The Holy Name.

Jennifer on Let the Little Ones Come.

Denise on Catholic By Grace.

Mike on Reach Paradise.

Ruth on This That and the Other Thing.

These are not listed in order of preference. How could I show favoritism among so many incredible blogs?! But please do check them out! They are each unique, like the incredible people who have created them.

God bless you all today on the Divine Mercy Sunday, fourteenth anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing and the fourth year since Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger was elected as the 265th Successor of Peter, the Bishop of Rome, a very momentous day.

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P.S. Even though the rules say to nominate ten other blogs in your post, when Harvee Lau sent the award on to me, she only nominated four other blogs besides mine, so hey friends, do what you can.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

A Severe Mercy

The true value of many things can only be seen in retrospect. Indeed, Sheldon Vanauken probably would not have called what he went through 'a severe mercy' at the time. As it was, he didn't write this book until many, many years after it occurred. The autobiographical story covers the years in Van's life from 1937 to 1955; A Severe Mercy wasn't published until 1977.

In fact, A Severe Mercy can almost be called a foreshadowing of A Grief Observed,* the Christian apologist C. S. Lewis's famous tribute to his own wife, Joy's death or how he discovered and dealt with the silence of God. But of course that is only from our perspective looking back on the four lives involved.

Sheldon Vanauken wrote A Severe Mercy about the love of his life, Jean "Davy" Palmer Davis. It's a beautiful love story, one of the most idyllic I've ever read, perhaps too idyllic, but poignant and breathtaking all the same. The book traces their relationship from courtship through the early pagan (the author's term) years of marriage to the meeting and eventual friendship with C. S. Lewis who was instrumental in their eventual conversion to Christianity. It is therefore no small irony that Vanauken and Lewis became friends, were both college dons, converted to Protestantism and lost their beloved spouses, first the former and then the latter, both eventually writing best-selling books on the subject.

While I enjoyed A Severe Mercy very much, as a woman and a mother, I did constantly wonder—as I read it—at their decision not to have children. The author announces this fact early on in their pagan years which the couple dubbed, "The Shining Barrier", presumably a barrier of love which they erected around themselves to protect themselves from the outside world. Later, however, when they converted to Christianity, there was no mention they ever revisited this decision. Davy was still young enough at the time to bear children. I couldn't help thinking and wondering if – as time went by – the desire to become a mother didn't occasionally tug at her heart. Vanauken never mentions it and at the end of the book he describes burning her diaries.

In an interesting aside however, Lewis does chastize his friend, and very severely too, for the couple's decision to exclude children from their marriage, but only some time after Davy's death.

Two of the many delights in this book are numerous beautiful poems the author wrote to his beloved bride and a large collection of letters from C.S. Lewis.

An excellent autobiography of Love. Beautifully written tribute to Davy as well; I only wish I heard more of her voice.

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* I regret not having a more current review of this book to offer, but I plan to reread it soon and update this.

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Monday, April 13, 2009

wondering and wandering...

Usually when I sit down to blog I know what I want to write about. I'm either going to review a book or recommend a film clip or on rare occasions write a little vignette about something blog-worthy which has happened to me recently.

Right now I have over a dozen books I've read and drafted book reviews for, but I'm not ready to publish any of them. I found this new (to me) wonderful artist who I'd love to write about, but I haven't had the time to do the necessary research on him yet.

Lent is over and so is my journey with Father Neuhaus and Death on a Friday Afternoon: Meditations on the Last Words of Jesus from the Cross, the book Benedict's Book Club has been reading for the past six weeks. I finished it Easter Sunday evening, which was perfect timing.

I thought about writing about our evacuation Holy Thursday night when our neighborhood was on fire. Winds gusting in excess of fifty miles per hour turned a teenage prank into a nightmare for a huge section of Midwest City, Oklahoma. For us, the fires were as close as two blocks, but we were among the blessed. Not so our neighbors, some friends and members of our parish. But it seems wrong to blog about someone else's losses. The worst I had to endure was a night of wondering if I had a home. Considering I asked St. Michael to watch over it for me, all I truly was was tired.

So in the end, this is just an update, to say I'm still blogging, even though I haven't been. I wonder if I should blog. I wonder if I have anything worthwhile to say or if I'm not just wasting my time. Sometimes--and more than just occasionally--I think I don't have anything worthwhile to say. Sure, I read and review books, but I can do that just as well on goodreads. Do I need to maintain a blog too? Is it worth the effort?

In the end, I'm not sure. But then I'm not sure about a lot of things, so maybe that is the point of this blog. In this world where everyone seems so sure about everything, maybe it is worthwhile to have one lone voice crying out, "I wonder...?!"

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Thursday, April 9, 2009


Kambakkht Ishq (Hindi: कमबख़्त इश्क़) is a forthcoming Indian Bollywood film directed by Sabbir Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. The project will feature Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor in pivotal roles along with actors Aftab Shivdasani and Amrita Arora in supporting roles. Hollywood actors Sylvester Stallone, Denise Richards and Brandon Routh will be appearing in cameos, reportedly playing themselves.[1] Originally scheduled to release in December 2008,[2] the film was postponed due to extensive production work and is now slated for a release on May 29, 2009.[3]


In November 2007, producer Sajid Nadiadwala announced that he had signed on actor Akshay Kumar to essay the lead role in his film[8] whilst later that month, it was announced that Kareena Kapoor was signed on to play the female lead.[9] It will be the seventh time that Kumar and Kapoor are paired together on-screen. Kumar will be reportedly seen playing a Hollywood stuntman in the film[10] whereas Kapoor, a high-society girl.[11] According to Nadiadwala, "It will be an international love story on a lavish scale."[9]

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The project was originally expected to commence filming in January 2008 in Los Angeles, California with nine actors from Hollywood[9] but due to extensive pre-production work on the film, it was later shifted to May 2008.[12] Reports indicated that actor and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger was signed on to do a cameo and that the film would feature a performance from singer and actress Beyoncé Knowles.[12] Prashant Shah, line producer of Kambakkht Ishq in L.A. commented, "...We are in talks with Beyoncé and we have also received a letter from Arnold's office...Things will be confirmed shortly and we will be making a formal announcement when that happens."[10] It was later reported that both of the stars would not be appearing in the film.[6]

In March 2008, Nadiadwala announced that "this would be the first Indian film to be shot within Universal Studios."[13] However, when a fire broke out on the backlot of Universal Studios on June 1, 2008, the shooting of the film was expected to be delayed but the producer indicated, " far the area where we are supposed to shoot remains unaffected. So for now we are proceeding on schedule."[14] Later that month, the cast finally began filming for the project in Los Angeles, California, where pivotal scenes were shot at the Kodak Theatre and Universal Studios.[1] In August 2008, reports had indicated that the film was 50-60% complete and the cast would continue filming for the project in Venice, Italy.[15] After completing their overseas schedule, the production team later headed to shoot in Mumbai, India.[16]

During December 2008, reports surfaced indicating that Kumar and Kapoor would appear alongside Carmen Electra in a promotional music video for the film.[17][18] However in February 2009, Nadiadwala announced that Electra wouldn't be appearing in the music video and was replaced by the music group RDB. According to Nadiadwala, "It is not a music video but a song that we will use as an integral part of the film. It will occur close to the film's interval. It will also be the first promotional song."[19] The first trailer of the film was shown alongside the release of Jehangir Surti's film Aa Dekhen Zara (2009).[20]

It’s official: Kareena Kapoor is going Hollywood!

Kambakht Ishq also stars Hollywood heavyweights like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Denise Richards.
Kambakht Ishq is a Romantic Action movie set in Hollywood. The story is of a stunt man, Akshay Kumar, who makes it big in Hollywood but fails to get true love.

Kambakht Ishq Cast
Bollywood Stars: Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Amrita Arora
Hollywood Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Beyonce, Sylvester Stallone




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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

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April 18: Rajasthan Royals v Royal Challengers Bangalore (4 pm) at Cape Town; Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings (8 pm) at Cape Town.

April 19: Kolkata Knight Riders v Deccan Chargers (4 pm) at Cape Town; Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab (8 pm) at Cape Town.

April 20: RCB V CSK (4 pm) at Port Elizabeth.

April 21: RR v MI (4 pm) at Durban; KKR v KXIP (8 pm) at Durban

April 22: DD v CSK (4 pm) at Durban; RCB v DC (8 pm) at Cape Town

April 23: KKR v RR (4 pm) at Port Elizabeth

April 24: KXIP v RCB (4 pm) at Johannesburg

April 25: KKR v CSK (4 pm) at Cape Town; DC v MI (8 pm) at Durban.

April 26: RR v KXIP (4 pm) at Cape Town; RCB v DD (8 pm) Port Elizabeth

April 27: KKR v MI (4 pm) at Cape Town; CSK v DC (8 pm) at Durban.

April 28: DD v RR (4 pm) at Pretoria

April 29: MI v KXIP (4 pm) at Durban; KKR v RCB (8 pm) at Durban

April 30: DD v DC (4 pm) at Pretoria; RR v CSK (8 pm) at Pretoria.

May 1: RCB v KXIP (4 pm) at East London; MI v KKR (8 pm) at Durban

May 2: RR v DC (4 pm) at Johannesburg; CSK v DD (8 pm) at Port Elizabeth

May 3: MI v RCB (4 pm) at Durban; KXIP v KKR (8 pm) at East London

May 4: DC v CSK (4 pm) at Port Elizabeth

May 5: DD v KKR (4 pm) at Durban; KXIP v RR (8 pm) at Durban

May 6: MI v DC (4 pm) at Pretoria

May 7: KXIP v CSK (4 pm) at Pretoria; RCB v RR (8 pm) at Pretoria

May 8: DD v MI (4 pm) at East London

May 9: DC v KXIP (4 pm) at Bloemfontein; CSK v RR (8 pm) at Port Elizabeth

May 10: KKR v DD (4 pm) at East London; RCB v MI (8 pm) at Johannesburg

May 11: DC v RR (4 pm) at Bloemfontein

May 12: RCB v KKR (4 pm) at Pretoria; KXIP v MI (8 pm) at Pretoria.

May 13: DC v DD (4 pm) at Durban

May 14: MI v RR (4 pm) at Durban; CSK v RCB (8 pm) at Durban.

May 15: KXIP v DD (4 pm) at Kimberley

May 16: CSK v MI (4 pm) at Johannesburg; DC v KKR (8 pm) at Port Elizabeth

May 17: RR v DD (4 pm) at Kimberley; KXIP v DC (8 pm) at Johannesburg

May 18: CSK v KKR (4 pm) at Pretoria

May 19: DD v RCB (4 pm) at Johannesburg

May 20: CSK v KXIP (4 pm) at Durban; RR v KKR (8 pm) at Durban

May 21: DC v RCB (4 pm) at Pretoria; MI v DD (8 pm) at Pretoria

May 22: Semi-final 1 at Pretoria

May 23: Semi-final 2 at Johannesburg

May 24: Final at Johannesburg.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

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Sri-Ramnavami is dedicated to the memory of Lord Rama. It occurs on the ninth day (navami). The festival commemorates the birth of Rama who is remembered for his preperous and righteous reign. Ramrajya (the reign of Rama) has become synonymous with a period of peace and prosperity. Mahatma Gandhi also used this term to describe how, according to him, India should be after independence.

Ramnavami occurs in the month of March. Celebrations begin with a prayer to the Sun early in the morning. At midday, when Lord Rama is supposed to have been born, a special prayer is performed. In northern India especially, an event that draws popular participation is the Ramnavami procession. The main attraction in this procession is a gaily decorated chariot in which four persons are dressed up as Rama, his brother Laxman, his queen Sita and his disciple Hanuman. The chariot is accompanied by several other persons dressed up in ancient costumes as work by Rama's solders. The procession is a gusty affair with the participants shouting praises echoing the happy days of Rama's reign.




shri guru charan saroj raj nij mane mukure sudhaari
varnao raghuvar vimal jasu jo daayaku phal chaari
budhi hin tanu janike sumirau pavan kumaram
bal budhi vidya dehu mohe harahu kalesavikaar

jai hanuman gyan gun saagar
jai kapis tihun lok ujaagar
ram doot atulit bal dhaama
anjani-putra pavan sut naama
mahavir vikram bajrangi
kumati nivaar sumati ke sangi
kanchan varan viraaj subesa
kaanan kundal kunchit kesaa
haath vajra aur dhuvaje viraaje
kandhe moonj janehu saaje

shankar suvan kesri nandan
tej prataap maha jag vandan
vidyavaan guni ati chaatur
raam kaaj karibe ko aatur
prabhu charitra sunibe ko rasiya
raam lakhan sita man basiya
sukshma roop dhari siyahi dikhaava
vikat roop dhari lanka jalaava
bhima roop dhari asur sanghaare
ramachandra ke kaaj sanvaare

laaye sanjivan lakhan jiyaaye
shri raghuvir harashi ur laaye
raghupati kinhi bahut badhaayi
tum mam priye bharat-hi sam bhaai
sahas badan tumharo yash gaave
as kahi shripati kanth lagaave
sankadik brahmadi muneesa
naarad saarad sahit aheesa
yam kuber digpal jahan te
kavi kovid kahi sake kahan te

tum upkaar sugreevahin keenha
ram milaay rajpad deenha
tumharo mantra vibheeshan maana
lankeshwar bhay sub jag jaana
yug sahastra jo jan par bhaanu
leelyo tahi madhur phal jaanu
prabhu mudrika meli mukh maahee
jaladhi langhi gaye achraj naahee
durgaam kaaj jagat ke jete
sugam anugraha tumhre tete

ram dware tum rakhvaare
hoat na agya binu paisare
sub sukh lahai tumhari sarna
tum rakshak kaahu ko darna
aapan tej samhaaro aapai
teenhon lok haank te kanpai
bhoot pisaach nikat nahin aavai
mahaavir jab naam sunavai
naase rog harai sab peera
japat nirantar hanumant beera

sankat se hanuman chudavai
mann karam vachan dyan jo lavai
sab par raam tapasvee raaja
tinke kaaj sakal tum saaja
aur manorath jo koi lavai
sohi amit jeevan phal pavai
charon yug partap tumhaara
hai persidh jagat ujiyaara
saadhu sant ke tum rakhwaare
asur nikandan ram dulhaare

ashta sidhi nav nidhi ke dhaata
us var deen janki maata
raam rasaayan tumhare paasa
sada raho raghupati ke daasa
tumhare bhajan raam ko pavai
janam janam ke dukh bisravai
anth kaal raghuvir pur jayee
jahaan janam hari-bakht kahayee
aur devta chit na dharehi
hanumanth se hi sarve sukh karehi

sankat kate mite sab peera
jo sumirai hanumat balbeera
jai jai jai hanuman gosahin
kripa karahu gurudev ki nyahin
jo sat baar paath kare koyi
chutehi bandhi maha sukh hoyi
jo yah padhe hanuman chalisa
hoye siddhi sakhi gaureesa
tulsidaas sada hari chera
keejai das hrdaye mein dera

pavantnai sankat harana mangal murti roopa
ram lakhan sita sahita hrdaye basahu sur bhoopa


"Hey Ram Hey Ram" - Lord Rama Prayer

hanuman chalisa

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Putting lipstick on in cold weather
If you try to put on lipstick in cold weather, you'll find that it tends to feather, leaving unsightly cracked marks on your lips. Just in case you ever need to put on lipstick in low temp, do this tip: Cup your hands over your mouth and blow several times. Your breath will warm up your mouth. Lipstick will glide on smoothly.

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How to apply mascara for a great look
To get perfect separation of the lashes and length, rub the wand from side to side, then up and out as you comb through the lashes. For a fairer lash: go back and roll the brush on top of the lashes while dragging through the lashes. This coats the entire lash, rather than just the tips.

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How to have lasting eye shadow
One way to make your eye shadow stay on all day is to use an eye shadow base. A cheap alternative is Chapstick! Just put on your every day concealer/foundation and on top apply a thin layer or Chapstick to your eyelid, then simply put on your eye shadow. This will not only keep your eye shadow on all day, it will also make the color pop!

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Vaseline is great for removing eye makeup
Vaseline makes a great and cheap eye makeup remover. Just smear some onto the area you wish to remove makeup from and wipe clean. This stuff works better than any eye makeup remover that I have ever used.

Beauty > Makeup
Keep eyeliner from smudging
To keep your eyeliner from smudging, go over the line with a powder eyeshadow in a matching color. You can also dip the fine tipped eye brush in water first, then into the powder and apply over your eyeliner. Both of these methods will keep your eyeliner from smudging.

Beauty > Makeup
Ways to remove shine from face
Usually after wearing makeup for a few hours your skin starts to become oily and shiny. The best way to avoid this is: 1) Before applying any makeup; use a toner to close all pores on face. 2) Apply a oil free moisturizer to the skin. 3) Buy oil blotting sheets which are used to blot and remove oil without messing up makeup or smudging!

Beauty > Makeup
Avoid lip liner lines when your lipstick wears off
When applying lip liner, outline your lips first. Next, color in your entire lips with the liner pencil. Apply your lipstick and gloss over the top. Your lipcolor will last longer, and when it does wear down, you won't be left with an obvious dark line around your lips.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

The Shadow of the Bear

Thoroughly delightful, modern retelling of, Snow White and Rose Red, which I am bound to read next. The Shadow of the Bear is set in modern day New York City and "the Bear" wears dreadlocks. The two sisters, Blanche and Rose, recently displaced by their father's death are struggling to fit in at a new (to the girls) inner-city high school.

The best part of the book for me was the beginning because of all of the great quotes and intriguing ideas. It's been far too long since I've read any fairy tales and I'd forgotten the charm their gentle "spells' can weave in reminding us more is going on in Life than work, struggle and overcoming problems.

The author often speaks through her fanciful character, Rose. Here she is speaking to her sister, Blanche and Bear, "Have you ever felt there was something going on in life not everyone was aware of?" Pressed to explain herself, Rose continues, "As though there's a story going on that everyone is a part of, but not everybody knows about? Maybe 'story' isn't the right word--a sort of drama, a battle between what's peripheral and what's really important. As though the people you meet aren't just their plain, prosaic selves, but are actually princes and princesses, gods and goddesses, fairies, shepherds, all sorts of fantastic creatures who've chosen to hide their real shape for some reason or other. Have you ever thought that?" (p. 56)

I'll let you read the book for yourself to see how her audience responded. I know, however, what I think. I think she is on to something.

Although predictable and simplistic, it was good to be reminded by this sweet fairy tale that Good can triumph and there can be happy endings. A definite 'Feel Good' experience. Read and enjoy!

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