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Sunday, January 1, 2006
Year End / New Year Meme
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Catholic fire tagged me for this meme -

Year End / New Year Meme

The Year End/New Year meme consists in conducting a brief evaluation of 2005 and then moving on to making plans for 2006. It involves answering ten simple questions.

What was your favorite movie in 2005?
I didn't see many but I would vote for the Chronicles of Narnia

What was your favorite book in 2005?
Two of them: The Gift of Peace and The lessons of St. Francis

Slightly richer Thinner or fatter?
Same

What kept you sane this past year?
God and the peace of the Blessed Sacrament. Prayer must be a cornerstone of life.

Which personal accomplishment in 2005 are you most pleased with?
Creating this blog which has allowed me to learn, serve God, and meet so many people

What resolutions have you made for '06?
I have 5. Read my Resolutions post.

Which bad habit are most motivated to break?
Forgetting morning prayers like the Liturgy of the Hours

What are you most looking forward to in 2006?
Another year of blogging and serving God. Summer will be nice when I take my vacation.

I'm going to tag...Barb at SFO Mom, Conde at CVSTOS FIDEI, Hector at Your Pastoral Coach, Seeking Something, and Darren at My Catholic Reflections

4 comments:

del_button January 3, 2006 at 5:57 PM
seeking_something said...
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del_button January 3, 2006 at 5:59 PM
seeking_something said...

Got the heads up on the tag. Will work on it. So nice to be tagged. Makes me feel like I actually have friends. ;)

You are welcomed to that St. Patrick image, found using Google image search. If you right-click on the image and select "properties", it will show the link to imagevenue and you can just link to it. Also, not obvious is that those images are links to info about the Saints at catholic-forum.

del_button January 3, 2006 at 9:23 PM
Catholic Fire said...

Moneybags,

You have some great resolutions.

After reading your reviews, I am interested in reading both books -- particularly The Gift of Peace. Cardinal Bernadin was such a holy man and I enjoy reading autobiographies.

Thanks for doing this.

God bless you,
Jean

del_button January 3, 2006 at 9:26 PM
Moneybags said...

I'm so glad that you are interested in "The Gift of Peace". I read it in a day and it was deeply touching.

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