Monday, January 14, 2013
At any rate, it hasn't been a regular thing, or what you might call a roaring success.
But, today, I had an idea. When I thought about things I wanted to write about, I tried to think about my audience. I mean, who reads this little blog? I have my friend at Reasons For Chocolate (Hi Patty!), and I am sure your Grandma and maybe an Aunt, Uncle or cousin, or two, read it. There may still be a few people out there who have read it in the past. A very few.
So, again, who is my audience? Who motivates me to write?
Well…you do! You three Kennedy kids.
So, today (and maybe from this point forward. We will see.), I wrote to my grown-up kids. The wonderful young adults you will be some day.
My hope is that you will laugh, learn…maybe even cringe a little…and we will have a conversation about all this stuff around the dinner table.
Today, I end with a quintessential A moment:
From the first reading last Thursday at Mass:
"This is the commandment we have from him:
Whoever loves God must also love his brother."
From A immediately following the first reading last Thursday at Mass:
"Does God have a brother!?"