Thanks for all the words of support yesterday. I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to respond, but Monday is my "busiest" day. That means: I head to the grocery store about mid-day, after I spend the morning catching up on as many blogs as I can, then I shop until around 2 ish and swoop around and pick up Buddy from school.
That way, I don't have to do too much getting Sissy in and out of the van a million times and he can keep an eye on her while I drag the groceries in.
At any rate, I'll be better about the replies today.
I can't say too much, but I did get some insight on the situation from a mutual friend and I know it's not about me and it's not only me. There! I feel better already.
It's really funny, actually, because the Evil Twin is agnostic - we both were when we got married, then I converted to Catholicism (after being raised Southern Baptist) back when Buddy was in pre-school. Should the Evil Twin divorce me? LOL. Amazingly, he is and has been very supportive in my decision for myself and the children to be raised in the Catholic faith.
There are a number of ideals within the Church that I disagree with, but the Catholic Church is a 2000 year old institution and is not known for it's ability for change! :-)
One of the things I like the best about the faith is their inclusive nature. When we attend functions at my parish church, the Evil Twin will openly admit he is agnostic and he is treated no differently than anyone else. That makes me proud because that is spreading the faith by deed, not word.
Random thought of the day: Why are those who scream loudest about tolerance the least tolerant among us?
Peace and love to all,