A little of this, a little of that, a blessing here and there
When I was a wee lass, I lost my beloved Girl Scout ring. My mom told me to pray to St. Anthony. Lo and behold, one day I saw something in the grass catch a gleam of light and there was my ring. It had a chip out of the stone from the lawn mower, but I didn't care. St. Anthony had come thru for me. Way to go, dude.
Lost and found? I can relate to that :))I liked this post Kathleen...but I remember years ago someone telling me to pray to St. Gerard, and now that I think of it, I have no idea who he is :))
Maybe he can find my medical debit card. It's been lost since I moved and I need new glasses.
Pyzah: GREATstory!!!! Wait...I didn't know about girl scout *rings*.I just had badges and pins! Do say more.Braja: Ha! St. Gerard, eh? I learned geometry from a *Sister" Gerard. I'll have to do a little research.Rudee: "Tony, Tony, something's lost. Please find Rudee's MDC before it costs!"
Kathleen, did I ever tell you I'm related to St Anthony? For real!Lisa Schnirring
LIsa: I had no idea!!!! No wonder you're such a sweetpea! I have to hear the story!!!!
I had no idea St. Anthony was a Franciscan, although I can remember praying to him when I lost a precious childhood item (I didn't find it, but I didn't hold it against him). I love this quote: "Therefore good Jesus, for Thy own sake be to us a Jesus.” Thanks for the link!
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