Catholic Women’s Almanac No. 42

Outside my window::

Snow tonight. Accumlative snow. As in at least an inch or more. Now an inch isn’t that big of a deal, but it’s the first accumulative snow of the season, so people are going to freak in the AM. Sigh.


An awesome Jane Austen ish nightgown from Garnet Hill. It was also a costume in the last act of the House of Bernarda Alba. So, go nightgowns! 🙂


Much Ado About Nothing, for audition prep; The Wisdom of the Chinese Kitchen, which I picked up at Half Price Books today with a gift card I had; The Dialogues of Catherine of Siena (I WILL FINISH THIS). I also picked up A Dance With Dragons at HPB. I won two $10 gift cards at the Pickerington Community Theater auction over the weekend, which was so much fun.


I made a strawberry omelet for dinner (from Giada’s Feel Good Food), and I think I had the heat up too long or something. The bottom was burned but the top part was good. I did like it, I think my general skill with omelet making is to blame here. So I’ll try it again soon (because I have this whole thing of strawberries, now…).


Pure Barre W and Thursday. 🙂


Working on a scarf for me, and I’m planning a knitted shell/tank top. I’ve got the yarn all planned out. Also, I will be braving the task of purling soon!

Also doing NaNoWriMo. I’ve got over 20,000 words!

Plans for the week::

Volunteer dinner tomorrow night for Lifeline of Ohio (Organ donation organization) volunteers; pure barre W and Th; possibly seeing The Book Thief on Friday; audition and baby shower on Saturday, and teaching the CCD kids about Moses and the 10 commandments on Sunday. Whew!


4 thoughts on “Catholic Women’s Almanac No. 42

  1. Seems like a lot of exciting things going on. I think there was snow flurries here in New York. Unsure but I cannot wait for my puppy to see her first snowfall. Also, did not know you were auditioning for Much Ado About Nothing! I love the movie adaptation of it!

  2. I love your theatrical life. FUN!
    I also love the snow. Currently in Fort Worth it is 30 degrees… but nothing fun like SNOW!
    Have a blessed week.

  3. I have your audition will be successful, Emily. “The Wisdom of the Chinese Kitchen” and “The Dialogues of Catherine Siena” also seem interesting. I know a bit about Saint Teresa of Avila, but I’ve always wondered about Saint Catherine of Siena… Stay well and dry!

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