Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The faults of children are not always imputed to the parents, especially when they have instructed them and given good example. Our Lord, in His wondrous Providence, allows children to break the hearts of devout fathers and mothers. Thus the decisions your children have made don't make you a failure as a parent in God's eyes. You are entitled to feel sorrow, but not necessarily guilt. Do not cease praying for your children; God's grace can touch a hardened heart. Commend your children to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. When parents pray the Rosary,at the end of each decade they should hold the Rosary aloft and say to her,"With these beads bind my children to your Immaculate Heart", she will attend to their souls.
-- Saint Louise de Marillac
I am so far behind with Sparks on posting and keeping up with everything and May will be one year just before Mothers day that I lost mom.. I have my father now and see him everyday ,, I cant do it all .. I have to give up a few things but not my father or Church , that is a must in my life but knitting I do Wed.s some Tuesday night one Thursday a month and 2 Sat's I set things up and teach but it more girls day out with a few that we do help and try to teach some do quite well ....
but I do not make Mondays and Tuesday mornings because again I just cant fit things in when I think I can do a Monday my father has a plan for me .. he keeps me busy so to let you know a few teams I have to say good bye too and with the changes in my life I need more socialization and talking and doing things that make me giggle because that is what I need at this time thanks for understanding