As anyone who’s ever been to this site can tell you, clearly things have changed.
I had been getting into a sort of groove, and getting things going when, all of a sudden, the website disappeared again.
To be fair I did change hosting servers twice in the process. The first time I had to re-do a lot of things and set course in a new direction, which was taking shape and getting there. But the second time, everything disappeared (again) and when it re-appeared, the wonder workers at Kinsta had put my entire blogging history online together in one single spot.
And in the meantime, everything I had blogged about while taking a new direction disappeared. It’s still there somewhere, and I’ll find it. But I have a lot to do in the meantime aside from blogging, and that’s what’s taking precedence.
To catch anyone up:
-My Niece died in 2017 – Cassie was my only niece, and I’m obviously single, and she was a lot like a daughter.
-A lot of other issues had to be dealt with.
-The Rectory had a rat infestation and subsequent gutting and renovation ( It was truly horrible.)
-The Church here was starting a historic renovation, with everything that entails.
-As things were settling down our manager retired.
-We’ve had a lot going on in general.
I eventually realized I had to be well also and had to spend some time regrouping. So many beloved here are ill or have died. It’s a wonderful, brilliant, energetic, and poignant place. And then I was asked to chair a committee for the Archdiocese. Realistically, nothing is going to stop so I can keep a weblog.
But with that said. God is great, and hope springs eternal. The world needs hope above all, and I do believe that we have much in which to place our hope.
As for this site, I guess we’ll see. So much is going on, isn’t it?