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7 Quick Takes on My Life, Poetry, and Love

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Well, hello there, friends! I missed writing these quick takes last week, which made me feel sad and unaccomplished. I try to keep those feelings separated a little bit when I can. Here is a summary of all the things I was doing besides blogging:

  • going to Pinthouse Pizza for the first time
  • Theology on Tap
  • taking two weekly dance classes
  • going to a baptism
  • working behind the scenes at the Pure Fashion Show
  • attending our quarterly company meeting
  • taking the Jeopardy! test (again)
  • going to Hopdoddy for the first time

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Here is a summary of my thoughts of the aforementioned activities:

  • yummy pizza, although I need to remember that I don’t like cooked spinach (raw is good)
  • slow service, pretty good speaker, couple of new people
  • the tiny new Christian is my former roommate’s baby!
  • so tiring, but so worth it
  • I was on time, and it ended on time #winning
  • someday
  • great fries, okay burger, and not at all worth standing in line that long

All that social time has me craving some hunkering down at home, but instead I have a leadership meeting, a birthday dinner, more dancing, and a wedding coming at me. I realized Sunday I wanted to make an appointment that will have to wait until May. Yikes.

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Moving on. Lent is finally over, and it felt really good this year. I realized last week that one of the reasons for that is that I didn’t let Lent slip away. I was on top of every day and every week. I can attribute that to three factors: grace, the daily Gospel readings from Evangelio del Dia (DailyGospel.org in English), and using the GTD methodology. When you have to review, preview, and plan for every day, you stay on top of things. Maybe I’ll run a “Lent with GTD” series next year.

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I get the Goodreads newsletter, and I am a big fan of the Love Languages. This month’s poetry contest winner sounds like the perfect portrayal of Acts of Service. Do you agree?

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I haven’t been following Auntie Seraphic’s new blog as closely as I did when she was mainly blogging about the single life, but since she still advises us single ladies occasionally at her new home, I’m still reading. I also just really enjoy her style and tone.

She is one of the few people I actually know (as much as anyone can “actually know” a blogger) who is married but has also been previously married, divorced, and annulled before even meeting her (current) husband. Therefore, I take her opinions about that whole process very seriously. I was so glad to read her post about whether divorced people should date. She’s been there. As it turns out, we share the same opinion.

That post also gets the award for Best Ever Admonishment to Not Settle:

Do not settle. I do not care how old you are, or how plain-Jane, or how much you want children. Unless you are so in love with this guy that you will do anything for him except commit mortal sins, and he would do anything for you, don’t think about marriage.

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Also regarding love and poetry, I have been reading the Grammarly blog (which is not nearly as funny as the Facebook page I hope you are already following), and I thus encountered a delightful love poem to grammar. Yes, grammar love goes above and beyond. It’s a parallel poem: it can be read from top to bottom or from bottom to top with slightly different meanings. It’s not as drastic a meaning shift as that atheist/believer poem, but it’s still neat.

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Just before Easter, I found basically the clearest and funniest guide to the Mass ever. It has just the right amount of humor to make it enjoyable to read, yet it is totally authentic and accurate. See? Catholicism can be fun!


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7 Quick Takes on Bad Links, News Aggregators, and Good Links

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I think I might owe you an apology. You may have been seeing weird ads or pop-ups here at Lindsay Loves. I promise you that I did not install those on purpose. I do not accept advertising (with the exception of products for review). I am sorry for any ads you saw on my blog.

The story is enough for a separate post, so I wrote one, and I just posted it. It gets into the technical business of running a self-hosted website (which Lindsay Loves is), so if you’re just here to read about my life and opinions, you can safely skip it.

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Those (possible) ads were due to bad links. I also got some good links recently, the most surprising of which was to my last review for Austin CNM—from Big Pulpit!

Big Pulpit is a Catholic blog/news aggregator. I don’t usually read Big Pulpit unless someone I follow on Twitter recommends a particular post. One of my Twitterati (Dawn Eden, maybe) alerted me to the post at Big Pulpit, and I was stunned to see it there. I’m glad so many people were referred to my review. The Thrill of the Chaste really is good in its revised form (in both forms, really).

This might be the encouragement I need to finally review and purge my archives, fix the formatting in the comment section, and treat this like the modern-day blog it is. I’ve been at this since 2002, which is ancient in blog terms. I need an upgrade. (I mean a figurative upgrade; I do the technical ones all the time).

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On a related note, my archives page is currently broken. Search still works, though, if you’re looking for something specific. I use it a lot myself!

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On another related note, if you are interested in Catholic news aggregation, I recommend the Catholic Education Resource Center. It pulls together articles from a variety of topics, but it has a touch more of a focus on the actual field of education, so the teacher in me likes it a lot.

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I haven’t been getting email notifications of comments and general feedback like I used to. This week, I finally saw a few messages from people who read my viral Apostleship of Prayer post and expressed concern that I love both Jesus and Harry Potter, as declared in my tagline.

First, rest assured that their concern is unfounded. Like Kendra, I see no problem being authentically Catholic and also a huge Harry Potter fan. I’m an adult. Second, “Harry Potter” is a shorthand for my general love of stories. “Stories” isn’t even as quippy as “books”, so that’s not what I say when I introduce myself. I say “Harry Potter.
What is a tagline but a tiny introduction, after all? Third, I have thought about revising that tagline, but I’ve never thought about de-emphasizing my love of Harry Potter. I stopped doing Top Ten Tuesday partly because I just wrote about Harry Potter every week.

In summary, I’m glad they were concerned, but I’m fine.

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For those of you who are on my pro-Harry Potter side, here is a fantastic “Uptown Funk” parody, Voldemort style. I love all the visual cues, and the lyrics are so clever!

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Finally, my friend and fellow blogger Geoffrey asked me write a guest post for him on the Apostleship of Prayer. I didn’t just want to rehash my story about joining (see take #5), so instead I broke down why the Morning Offering is a great prayer and you should all be praying it. Lent may be ending soon (!), but it’s always a good time to enrich your spiritual life.

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7 Quick Takes on Blogging, the March Family Letters, and Finding Head Space

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As evidenced by the recent density of posts, I got off schedule last week. I’m back on this week, though, and have so far met two of my March goals: at least 3 posts per week overall and What I Wore Sunday every week.

I also planned to post 7QT every week. I’m not sure that last week’s entry (which I posted just a few days ago) counts, but it’s better than nothing. I even got a lovely surprise. It turned out to be Procrastinator’s Week for 7QT: all the posts are linked in reverse chronological order, so the latest posts get top billing. Win! No bottom-of-the-list for me!

I’ve already written about how doing NaBloPoMo in November and in January was great for my traffic, my content, and my commitment level, and my creativity. Setting a SMART goal for my blog posting and creating an editorial calendar have been some of the best non-challenge things I’ve ever done for this place. I think they have made me a better blogger. What helps you improve your blogging life?

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Best podcast ever. I lost my place in the archives last week when I added in a few one-off episodes from other podcasts, so I took the time to mark all the episodes I haven’t listened to yet. There are about 175. I’m so excited to listen to them all!

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Pemberley Digital has failed me.

I adored The Lizzie Bennet Diaries. Lindsay Stadter turned me on to it at first, and I was hooked right away. (I love P&P.) Emma Approved was great, especially since I’m not as familiar with the story, so I had to put it together as I watched. (I also read the Wikipedia summary as I went along.) I really liked Frankenstein, MD. I’ve studied Frankenstein, and the show pushed the boundaries by adding action and horror where the romance and drama had been in the Austen-based shows. I didn’t like Welcome to Sanditon, but I didn’t hate it.

Now Pemberley Digitial is distributing The March Family Letters (based on Little Women), and I’m done. I’m not done with Pemberley Digital altogether, but I’m done with that show. I gave it over 20 episodes to stop being so ridiculous and start getting good. I might have a bias because I’ve never been a big fan of Little Women, but I haven’t read Emma either, and I loved Emma Approved. I even tried reading the plot summary on Wikipedia! When I don’t care about the characters, it’s hard for me to care at all. So that’s that.

I know there are other literature-based web series out there, but I haven’t watched any of them. I just didn’t think they would be as good, and now I have evidence. Part of what made The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Emma Approved, and Frankenstein, MD so good is that they were produced by professionals. Amateur work can be fantastic, but sometimes, it stinks. This even has the distribution stamp of approval of Pemberley Digital, the Emmy-winning powerhouse of the genre! It should be good!

So I stopped giving The March Family Letters another chance to be good. I’m waiting for the next series. If you watch, and I turn out to be wrong, I’ll marathon it later. It’ll still be good then.

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You read that right: I follow a blog by another Lindsay. I used to follow two blogs by other Lindsays, and I’m still following two in total. It’s fun. (The others are all white so far. I bring the diversity!) (That’s a joke.)

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I realized something this week, as I’ve been listening to podcasts (see #2) and reading ALL THE THINGS about GTD (my new edition of The Book is on the way). I don’t have much headspace these days. I’ve gotten so good about filling up my time with the things I want to do (instead of just what I have to do), that I don’t do as much mind-wandering and random reflection as I used to. Closing my browser tabs for Facebook and Twitter was a good call, but I miss the time I once found for just thinking.

I can’t schedule that time because I hate brainstorming or anything that resembles it, but I don’t want to waste time that I could be using to Get Things Done. (Some of the Things are prayer-related, so that’s covered.) Any advice for how to be efficient, productive, and free?

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Not a whole lot of excitement happening around here. I don’t usually celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and I didn’t have a plan for St. Joseph’s Day, so those were uneventful. Back to regular Lent.

I’m making headway with the hardest and most private of my Lenten resolutions. (Good Friday is two weeks from now. Whoa.) It is mostly environmental (i.e. not my doing), but this little boost has given me the encouragement to do what I need to do to make this change permanent.

I know I’m being vague. Trust me when I say that I needed to do this a long time ago, it is good for me in multiple areas of my life, it is difficult, and it is not romantic. I will conquer this by Easter!

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Spring is springing. I was startled approaching my front door last night by a cardinal lurking on the porch. (The bird, not the church official.) I like the bluebonnets; I dislike the bugs. It’ll be this way until Halloween, though, so I’m enjoying my last hurrah with sweaters and boots. Oh, Austin. Your food is delicious, your traffic is awful, and your “seasons” will never feel right to me.

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7 Quick Takes on Debt, Lent, and Grammar

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I have officially paid off my first student loan!

I honestly didn’t think I could do it. I read The Total Money Makeover. I’ve considered the merits of the debt snowball versus the debt avalanche versus every other method of debt repayment. Using YNAB meant that I had to save up cash for Christmas, car repairs, annual bills, and a trip to my friend’s wedding in Boston. (That last one hasn’t happened yet.) I thought I would be on the “slow and steady (and expensive)” plan for the next many years.

Then I wrote the check to my lender. And now that loan is gone!

I have four more, and the last one is several times the one I just paid off, but gaining this momentum gives me so much joy. I couldn’t have done it without realizing that You (I) Need a Budget.

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National Grammar Day was two weeks ago, but I took Grammarly’s “What Kind of Grammar Lover Are You?” quiz just last week.

The Pedant's Grammarian

I’m choosing to see this as a good thing.

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As it turns out, I only subscribed to one set of daily Lenten emails: the series by Fr. Robert Barron. They are so good, guys. His message on the Parable of the Prodigal Son helped me see it in a whole new light. I finally understood the role of the father a few years ago, and now I understand the non-prodigal son, too. Mind blown.

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I did not subscribe to Best Lent Ever, because I don’t always find Matthew Kelly meeting me where I am, but this video about the one thing that keeps him (and me) Catholic is fantastic. Just watch it. (I can’t embed it. Sharing fail.)

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These quick takes have taken me so long that I’m going to call it a day with five. If you’re itching for more, check out my post today for Austin CNM about confession. Anyone can tell you how to go or why. I’ve got insider tips. Check them out and add your own in the comments!

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7 Quick Takes on 2 Viral Things and Also Grammar

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That intense cold I mentioned last week is still hanging on. It has now taken the form of a super-attractive persistent cough. I’ve sworn up and down that I have not taken up smoking for Lent, but I sure sound like it. Cough medicine isn’t working, and I can’t exactly work on cough drops all day. I’m about at the point of pursuing home remedies. I would love to hear yours in the comments.

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I think I just had my third viral post. The first was an ancient one back in the days when my blog was called Contrariwise, Switchfoot’s website had a fan-run blog, and fewer than 50 visits in one day was a big deal. The second was my post on my five favorite love songs. I hit Hallie’s link-up at just the right time to snag one of the first few spots, and my traffic was accordingly gigantic.

This time, it was my post on joining the Apostleship of Prayer. I’ve already mentioned that the national director and children’s ministry director, Fr. James Kubicki and Grace Urbanski, had read and enjoyed my post. They said they wanted to share it (although you can’t really demand permission for anything that isn’t behind a login wall), and I was totally cool with that.

I did not expect them to share it in the monthly e-newsletter. I opened mine shortly after it arrived and was bewildered to find a giant photo of myself. My bank includes my name in its emails so I know they’re real, but none of the previous AOP e-newsletters have had a picture of me. Then I realized it was about me. This month’s universal intention is for women (in accordance with International Women’s Month), so I guess they went with me since I am one!

I can’t quite express how flattered I am. I even sent a link to my mom, and, as mentioned, my site traffic was ridiculous. It was my best single day (traffic-wise) ever.

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The other highlight of my week was getting to visit my former roommate and her new baby. The little cutie pie was several weeks early, so we showered New Mom with gifts after her daughter was born. It was pretty delightful to get to hold the baby at the shower.

I showed up empty-handed that day, though, because I had only been invited a few days before. I was left off the Evite list at first. New Mom was super chill and completely understood. I was able to get in some shopping and wrapping over the weekend, so I went over to see the new little family after work yesterday.

I think I've found my new side hustle: reusing ribbons. #upcycle #presents #pretty

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Among our conversation topics was the completely casual way infants spit up. They seem totally unfazed by food going back out of their mouths. I guess it’s pretty new that food is going in, though, so out isn’t as much of a surprise.

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Matt Maher is releasing a new album! It will be all new songs, not mostly live ones like the previous album. I was rather disappointed by that last one, although I understood that his life changed a bit after getting married and having two kids.

I received the happy news of this new material through the email newsletter. (I’ve been signed up for years.) In addition to advertising, he has been sending out a series of daily reflections based on the lyrics from his song “Because He Lives.” The reflections are, of course, awesome.

The campaign worked. I pre-ordered the deluxe version, getting me “Because He Lives” immediately, and I’m listening to a free-in-exchange-for-your-email stream of a few other songs. I am pleased.

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We have a new bishop! I’ve lived in Austin for almost five years now, and I said Bishop Joe needed an auxiliary the whole time. Back home, they have three auxiliaries. My friend Michael Raia, whose writing on his employer’s blog I have recommended here before, was able to attend the Mass for Bishop Garcia’s ordination. His summary of the background info and the Mass itself is fantastic, and you should go read it.

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March 4th was National Grammar Day! I do love grammar, and I was delighted to have several friends share happy greetings on my Facebook wall. The best press I saw was this interview by Grammarly with Martha Brockenbrough, who started the whole holiday. I may or not be a card-carrying member of her other brainchild, the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG).

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I had takes about Jesus (via Bishop Garcia) and grammar, but I don’t have any Harry Potter takes today. Sad day. Next time?

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7 Quick Takes on Pure Fashion, Being Sick, and More Lent

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Aaaaaand I’m back. I had such a good plan for these last few weeks of blog posting, but then my time and energy limitations hit me, and I was forced to revise. I did everything I had to and most of what I wanted to, though, so I’m calling that a win.

The two big rocks in my week (last week) were my Austin CNM post and the Pure Fashion (auto-play music at the link) Heart & Soul Makeover Retreat.

I had long planned to review the African American Catholic Youth Bible for my Austin CNM post due February 17, but I neglected to realize how long that would actually take. A word to the wise: reviewing a Bible does not go quickly. I grossly underestimated, so I stayed up extra late on Monday night and even later on Tuesday night to get my post up on Wednesday morning. You can check out the resulting review yourself.

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My second big rock, the Pure Fashion retreat, was much more pleasant, although no less tiring. I knew it was coming, so I had planned out my time and to-do’s, but I hadn’t counted on the preceding days of exhaustion. Wednesday night was not enough time to catch up on sleep. I left for the retreat straight from work on Friday, so I had to be completely packed and ready to roll before bed on Thursday. You can guess how that went: organized but too quickly.

The retreat itself was delightful. My involvement in Pure Fashion largely consists of showing up, dressing fashionably, and doing whatever Anna tells me to do. I did that, and it went well. Most retreats I’ve been on have been all work or no work for me. This was in between: I was working it, but I wasn’t in charge. I got to serve and participate without having to give everything. It felt right.

The schedule required only one overnight, which was perfect. My biggest challenge was staying awake when the lack of sleep caught up to me. Saturday was tough. Narrowing beating a huge Coke Zero for the drive home, my biggest win of the weekend was managing to sleep at all in the shakiest bed ever. As I mentioned in my AOP post, I am a top bunk girl, but I’ve never slept in any bunk that shakes wildly if I move at all. I was thankful for a bed and heat, and that was about it.

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My third big rock was, of course, Ash Wednesday. I followed my plan from last year: eat a regular lunch as my main meal for the day, go to the library straight from work, arrive at Mass early but not too early, and have a snack/small meal for “dinner.” My timing was off, such that I didn’t actually go into the library so much as read in my car in the library parking lot, and I managed to arrive at church right as the previous Mass was ending (worst time ever), but the day overall was quite satisfying. I wrote the most detailed version of my conversion story yet, although it’s not the whole story. Only I know the whole story, and I like it that way for now.

It’s been ten good years. Here’s to a lifetime.

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As Elizabeth always says, you really should call your mother. I used the old-calendar celebration of a saint (brought up in my Evangelio Del Dia emails) as a reminder to call my grandma. That has to count double, right?

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I was supposed to start my Lenten Bible study on Wednesday. (I’m just going, not running it.) Instead, I came down with an intense cold.

I had a cough on Tuesday, but I’ve had that before without really being sick. This was sick. I was making fajitas and talking to my BFF on the phone on Tuesday night when I got that achy, itchy feeling I always get when illness descends. On Wednesday morning, I coughed myself awake before my alarm. I got out of bed to call in to work (okay, to email in), but everything hurt so badly and immediately that I sat right back down and just emailed from my phone. #21stcenturysickday

Sleeping in until 11 and laying around the house all day was enough to get me back to work yesterday. I can only feel the sickness in my face now, and I think my appetite is back, so my weekend plans are still on. Hooray!

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This is what I was trying to say in my Lenten quick takes last week. Thanks, Kendra (and Venerable Fulton Sheen)!

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Speaking of Lent, since we’re about a week and half in, now is a great time reassess your plan. It doesn’t matter what the plan is. Just decide whether you are doing well, need to redouble your efforts, or would be better off at Easter if you changed your mind now. Then do it. Today.

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7 Quick Takes on Lent, Harry Potter, and Tiny Humans

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Prepare yourself. Lent is coming.

The hip thing to do this year is to remind everyone that Lent is coming. Now I’ve memed it, so it’s extra cool.

Check your Mass times now. Remember that Ash Wednesday is not a holy day of obligation, although it is good to go to Mass that day. (I like to call it a holy day of non-obligation. Also try to figure out how many daily reflection emails you signed up for and pare them down. (That last one might be a reminder just for me.)

My Ash Wednesday pet peeve: if you want ashes, get them in Mass, and do not leave early. Then you have to repent for leaving early. That’s not a good way to start the season. You’re supposed to repent of the sins you already committed, not work on new ones.

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I have found it extremely helpful over these many years observing Lent to treat it less like a marathon and more like a restart to ordinary (or New Year’s) resolutions. Lent is not supposed to be an epic quest to sustain one sacrifice “from ashes to Easter.” It’s okay if you fail along the way or even change what you’re doing. Just don’t give up.

Thus, I suggest you test out your Lenten fasting, almsgiving, and/or prayer early. Today’s a good day. If you’re going to pray the Morning Offering every day, pray it right now. It might not be morning as you read this, but ever is better than never. By Wednesday, you’ll be well on your way to making it a habit to be practiced during Lent and for life… or you will have chosen something different.

Kendra’s post is the best I’ve ever seen for Lenten sacrifice suggestions. There has to be something on that list you can actually do and should probably be doing anyway. (The thought of leaving dirty dishes out overnight makes me shudder. Get flies once and you’ll never do it again.) Become a better person during Lent.

Get holy or die tryin'.

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So what am I doing for Lent? I’m not telling. I’ve been working on it for a long time, though, and I am tired of taking it to Confession, so this is it.

Additional pet peeve: When did it become cool to say, “Actually, instead of giving up something, you should take up something,” with a snooty voice and everything? This is a faith of both/and. You are not less holy if you give up chocolate. If you want to give up chocolate, do it, and don’t let anyone make you feel like it’s not good enough. Something is always better than nothing.

If you feel like giving up chocolate is not good enough, then pick something more challenging. But don’t be bullied into it.

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I think it was actually that 66 Outside-the-Box Lenten Sacrifices post that made me realize I should probably be reading Kendra’s blog regularly. I admire the ladies of the Catholic blogosphere who can keep it real, preach the Truth, and be effortlessly humorous.

So I saw her Harry Potter post. Yes, please! I knew she was a fan, as are her oldest two kids, and I’m pretty sure she’s written a Harry Potter apologia before, but I think her recent post about why Catholics and other Christians can still love Harry Potter despite all the magic is marvelous.

Key points:

  • Yes, evil is real. So is Satan. We should avoid evil and Satan. The books have no references to Satan or the devil at all, and they come down pretty heavily against evil and in favor of good.
  • Everyone who has magical powers in Harry Potter was born that way. No one can get those powers if they don’t already have them. Nobody makes a deal with the devil, worships him, or calls upon him in order to do magic.
  • Catholicism condemns magic specifically for its ability to convince people to follow false gods or invoke powers from an unidentified source. Harry & Co. don’t seem to have any gods or religion at all.
  • J.K. Rowling is a Christian (Presbyterian, specifically) and has said she intended every Christian reference and theme in the books. They’re impossible to miss.

I think her defense is spot-on. Christians love supernatural powers—the ones that come from God (e.g. answers to prayer, miraculous healings, raising the dead, and salvation). Not everything supernatural is bad. Kendra did a great job partly because she’s a great writer but also because “all magic is evil, thus Harry Potter is evil” is a specific topic to discuss. She paid attention on Thesis Statement Day in English class; I can tell.

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I got to hold three babies on Sunday. It was glorious! Here is a photo of me with Joseph. I am looking at the camera enough for both of us.

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So much cuddling. I also have enough joy for both of us.

I got baby photobombed by the other two tiny humans. Kat is on the right, and the very top of Lily’s head is on the left.

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I think I might have seen an improv show when I was in college. I was definitely into seeing a cappella groups. Regardless of whether it was my first improv show ever, I went to see my friend Katie’s current show on Saturday at the Hideout Theatre. It’s called Wanderlust, so every show is about travel. She was one of the featured performers in the story of old college buddies road-tripping from the Midwest to Disney World. I was impressed with their ability to build the story as they went and to portray so many emotions.

If you’re in town, I recommend it. Katie won’t be featured anymore, but the show runs through February.

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I also went to confession on Saturday. I only had to wait about 30 minutes instead of the usual hour. Small victories!

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