The "Big Move" went down with out a hitch last week. All the furniture was moved in in under two hours and good pizza was had by all. The next day, I had my first "official" visitors complete with house-warming bamboo. I spent the last week unpacking, sewing and cleaning... and Thursday I took my first real day off from work to March for Life with thousands of other Americans. It was, as usual, a truly humbling experience. This year, my trip itinerary was a little different... for the first time, I combined my trip for the March with a trip to the Basilica and had Mass with Cardinal Egan at 7:30 in the morning. (We left PA just before midnight on Jan 21) If anyone out there happened to record the Mass or knows of a way to obtain a copy of the tape (it was broadcast live on EWTN and then again at 6:30 that evening), PLEASE email me to let me know... I'm looking for a copy because the Cardinal's homily was wonderful and also because our group was in the front of the church and I'd like to see if any of us appear on camera. The other major excitement for me was that I got to see the former director of campus ministry from Seton Hill. Sister Donna was on the March with the youth from her new parish. She says the town is so small that if I address mail to her at "Catholic Church" with the name of the town it'll get to her.
The Internet comes to 548A on February 4, so I'll write more then about my moving adventures and the March. In the mean time, visit this site for a little bit of truth.
posted by Amy : 9:35:14 PM