Thursday, February 18, 2016

Tea Time with Tiffany #36 - Guess what day is today?

A Lenten weekday. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it. ;-) But want the skinny? Do tune in for today's episode of:

Today I talk about Lent, adventures in painful Pilates/yoga classes, and why today is special. Well, more to the point, why birthdays don't have to suck just because you keep getting older. ;-)

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Items mentioned in this episode:

  • Bullseye! *squeals*

So dear listener, how is your Lent going?! ;-) Have any thoughts on birthdays? I'd love to hear from you. :-)


  1. Happy birthday!!! I hope you have a great evening and wonderful dinner with your hubby!! :)

  2. Lara the (ex)LibrarianFebruary 19, 2016 at 6:02 AM

    Hope you had a wonderful day yesterday. Sounds like you had a great one planned :D

    As for Lent, I've decided to read Catholicism for Dummies. I've been looking for a framework of sorts for my faith and my Deacon recommended it. I'm finding out all sorts of little tidbits that I didn't know, like Francis of Assisi was the one that came up with the Stations of the Cross and the Nativity scene. He created them for those Catholics who couldn't go on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land during those special times of the year. I did not know that :)

  3. Thank you Lara! That's a great Lenten idea that you have right there! I did know about the nativity scene tidbit, from reading a book on St. Francis last fall, but I didn't know about the Stations of the Cross. Cool!

  4. Happy Birthday! Sounds like my "milestone" came and went a couple of years before yours. Truth be told, I can't remember that much about it anymore. One of the *blessings* of getting older is the ability to forget:)

    Lent is going OK. I have not had as much time for Lenten activities lately as Dear Husband is travelling for work this week and part of next. So, instead of Lenten contemplative reading, I am going full on Lenten penance as a temporary single parent. I guess that works out in the end? My husband said that a Catholic chaplain had a confessional booth set up at the Atlanta airport and was hearing confessions when he flew in. Kinda interesting.

  5. Hi Amy! Yes the memory thing - the struggle is real. ;-) I would definitely characterize the week along with the kids as part of the Lenten journey, because that is no easy feat, right there. I love the confession in the airport move! How awesome.

  6. Happy belated birthday! I hope you had a great time.

  7. Happy belated birthday!!! Praying many blessings for you in the coming year!


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