Brrrrrrr. Minus 17 this morning with a predicted high of 19. A good day to stay inside as much as possible! As I type, I am listening to the radio where Party Line staff is visiting with the Norwegian Home Guard. For LOTS of years the Norwegians and the National Guard at Camp Ripley do an exchange training program in each others home country. This year they can do no skiing in Minnesota
Saturday evening several of us attended “Wish You Were Here—Small Falls, MN USA.” This was a comedy play by Jason Schommer. A couple of our employees were in the cast. It was a time for many good laughs.
Yesterday noon a number of us Sisters attended the Empty bowls meal at First Lutheran Church. This was an awareness meal to remind us that always there is an empty bowl. We paid for the soup and got to take the bowl home with us. Here are our bowls from yesterday.
Our Dining Adventure will feature the State of Washington. There is a picture of an Apple on the poster.
Wednesday evening (6:30 p.m.) Sister Elise Saggau will do her presentation: “Lent: A Sacramental Journey into Easter.” You are invited to come.
Friday afternoon (3:30 p.m.) we have Stations of the Cross. You are invited to join us. They last about half an hour.
Sunday, March 1st, is FSLF Founding Day…the day we became a Religious Order. Mass will be at 11 a.m. Bishop Don Kettler will be the celebrant of the Mass. Happy 124th Birthday to us.
Happy Lent. Peace and many blessings on you.
Sister Mary Lou