A perfect storm of personal difficulties required the staff to make an impromptu trip out of town to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with some family we didn’t think we would see until Christmas. Frankly, it’s turned into the kind of month that makes a person understand some of those Psalms just a little bit better. You know the ones; the Catechism describes them as “the distraught situation of the believer who, in his preferential love for the Lord, is exposed to a host of enemies and temptations, but who waits upon what the faithful God will do, in the certitude of his love and in submission to his will.” Yeah, those. Anyway, we’re back in town and although things are still bumpy around here, we should be back on schedule in a few days.
You mean a Psalm 137 kind of month?
Yep, that one would do nicely.
May your December be a smoother road.
What movie is that?
Ah yes, these stills feature the legendary giant anti-matter turkey buzzard from 1957's The Giant Claw.
Just saw the preview for that one. Looks like a great movie.
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