Saturday, December 29, 2007

Not much new for a while

I am going to take a few days off this week and get some rest so I will not be making another post until my return on Jan 5. Until then know that you will be in my prayers. Peace

UPDATE:: Well had a few questions this morning about this post so here some more... I am right now headed to Tampa and will be taking a cruise for 5 nights. Fr. Luke Ballman will be celebrating the HDOO Mass on Monday evening. Thanks Luke. I forgot my camera (and all I did to get a new one and easy to travel with...arggghhhh) but I did remember the batery charger for the camera, darn. Anyway, now I am off and will see you all Saturday evening at Mass. Peace

This was the scene at my house as I packed...treat the cats well Charles!


Thursday, December 27, 2007

This is fun

This is a great video. I am sure it took some time for him to get to this level. Try to guess which song he is singing before the half way of the video, because at that point it will happen backwards and you will know it from the first bar. Let me know if you are able to figure it out. Enjoy.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Go Vote for Ooti

I posted my first LOLcats...go vote for it and lets see if we can get it published. If you have a better caption then post it over at LOLcats. Enjoy

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

LOLCats love Christmas

The LOLCats made sure to put up a few picts for Christmas, here are the best. Enjoy

Midnight Mass

Well we bucked the growing trend of having Midnight Mass earlier than Midnight (I heard one parish was having their midnight Mass at 9:30 PM...whaaaaa???) Here are some photos of our Midnight Mass 2007...Enjoy

h/t to the Ngoddy Family for taking the photos.

Christmas Eve Dinner?

Well for the Gelbach, Gilbert, Peters and Gorski families, Nikko Japanese Restaurant in Tyrone was Christmas eve dinner. Looks like they had a bundle of fun...look at that fire...WOW. I remember when I was a kid, we always went to Shogun in OKC for my birthday, guess that is what made me so interested in the Japanese culture. Merry Christmas

Monday, December 24, 2007

Decorating for Christmas

Well, considering the number of people and time it takes to decorate we had to do it on the 23rd (note of apology to the Hispanic community for having to celebrate 4th Sunday in Advent with all the Christmas stuff up)...anyway after the 11AM Mass we had a group of people move the Christmas Tree into the Sanctuary and then the task of having it stand up--straight-ish. Also the rest of the Sanctuary was decorated as well. Here are the photos...oh and for Peter C., here is the photo of you as promised.

Oh, the tree is 21feet tall and Deacon Bill says he wants a bigger one next year...everyone else told DB, he can do it all by himself then. More pictures later. Peace