Sunday, April 14, 2019
I just completed a course in making old style computer games and I realized it's April 14. Now I lost Doris on April 13th, but i can't honestly say if I woke up on the 14th to be alerting to her passing or if that was the same sequence of days, since it is Sunday morning today as that day was. Regardless, it is always good to take a moment to remind the universe, and the angels that hover above us, as well as the souls of the loved that have departed that I miss my mother very much. I miss my grandmother very much. I miss my Aunt Arlette very much. I have pointed out that I have been given the challenge of having to lose three mothers in a sense, and that is quite a road of misery if one does not learn how to refrain themselves from dispair. As for Doris, I am sure she is listening as I did have something to share. As I am 48 now, one can say that is a percentage of a human life. Memories of running the dog as a child and memories of currently running our loving dog have been some of the greatest moments I have had the honor to experience. My mother was an incredible able and loving parent, and I am blessed with a loving wife. Pray for us to make the best decisions as we continue to pray for salvation for all our souls. Love is the most important part of the universe. I love Moo-Moo...
Friday, March 11, 2011
Catherine reveals the grave of Doris Klein in a picture that has proven to be one of the most stricking visuals of my life. First of all, the heroic nature of Catherine finding the Tomb of Doris is no less wonderful than the best of Indiana Jones films, or "search stories" that I have enjoyed of the years. I am very proud of having the honor of helping raise such a wonderful person.
Next, the reveal itself says a lot to me. First of all, I have been serving at the Tridentine Mass since last summer so I do feel there are some spiritual boundries that keep me from truly experiencing the frustration I may feel towards certain players as we proceed into time.
That being said, the folks I may or may not refer too probably won't even know how I feel since they only may have read this site when these unfortunate events unfolded, from the Spring Break of 2009. Either way, I do not think it is fair for me to not reveal how disappointed in many folks that I will offer discretion towards.
That being said, I am glad that Nora & Catherine did indeed return on the Tomb, though we are quite confident the spirit of my mother is in good shape. I am glad that I am not a judge towards anyone referred in the previous paragraph. Even as we approach new life, new experiences, we must honor and love each other, or work towards a better empathic understanding.