Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (Back again edition) – update

The blog had been locked down. Lots of reasons for that. Back again. Lot’s of logistics done up in the last couple of weeks.

It was pretty much 24/7 in the parish and with stuff around the world. Putting on lots of miles on Sassy the Subaru. So many hospital miles, also interstate. We even had our parish “visitation” by the Vicar Forane, the Bishop’s rep in this part of the Diocese. We passed.

A note to any bloggers out there – just so you know – locking a blog down so that someone has to enter a username and password is as good as locking your house with only a screen door and nothing else, and with that screen door wide open. I didn’t give access to anyone. Nevertheless, the blog was like Grand Central Station. ;-)

The only way to open the blog again is to put up a flower for the Immaculate Conception. Still in bud form, but that’s kind of how we are before being on our way, please God, to heaven, where, as Saint Paul says, grace will turn to glory. We’ve got to get to heaven!

UPDATE (from a dear reader):

Hyacinth (L Apr)
Hyacinthus oriental.
Lily Among Thorns    https://udayton.edu/imri/mary/_resources/docs-pdfs/p/plants-for-a-larger-mary-garden.pdf

4 Comments

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4 responses to “Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (Back again edition) – update

  1. Mildred Reyes

    Oh Father I just knew flowers for Mother Mary would be your opener. I’ve been praying so diligently for you and your safety. Yes I still need to remember Jesus is the ONE THE ONLY ONE but am so glad to see you back. AMDG mildred

  2. nancyv

    Well, it was locked down for me – and I’m glad you are back shepherding the your flock on the net! And always, flowers for the Immaculate!

  3. elizdelphi

    Welcome back!

  4. sanfelipe007

    I laughed when I first got the “this site is now marked private” screen. I decided to give up the internet for Lent and wanted “binge a little” before Ash Wednesday. Now you are back, and how! So I’ll be reading and commenting furiously on Sundays.

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