A Universal Experience

by | Jan 3, 2013 | Kendra's Thoughts | 2 comments

Thanks to everyone for your support and lovely comments.  I guess just about everyone has had an encounter with my Church Lady. You guys have reported sightings at libraries, department stores, YMCAs, and even your own churches.  She’s a busy gal.  Now I’m just surprised she took so long to get around to me (God bless her).

So, I’m going to go ahead and take over the blog posting from Frankie.  If you check back or follow by email up in the corner there you’ll see upcoming posts like my Catholic Mom Movie Review of The Hobbit, why people are all wrong about picture books, my favorite foil pan recipes for bringing to a friend, why I don’t stress about homeschool kindergarten, and what we’re doing for upcoming feasts.
Have a question about Homemaking, Homeschooling, or Catholic
Living?  Leave it in the comments or email me at the email address over there under About and I’ll see what I can do.
Happy 2013 and a very Merry 10th Day of Christmas to you all.


  1. Diana Anderson

    I am so glad you have decided to start a blog! I can't wait to hear your wisdom. I will email if I have a question…and, it may be sooner rather than later. 🙂

  2. Nanacamille

    Wow!!!glad that I didn't rush right out with the grandkids to see this movie. Will wait for Netflicks as I have the other 3. Too bad about the Christian theme disappearing.



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