Of dirty socks and resolutions
There's something simultaneously depressing and refreshing about January.
First, the holiday decorations come down, leaving things looking bleak and unfestive.
But the first month of the year also presents a clean slate, an opportunity to start over, do better, improve.
I've read countless articles on resolutions, but a piece in last Sunday's church bulletin, copied from a priest in Monroe, N.C., perhaps provided the easiest way to make keepable resolutions.
Thus, Fr. Henry presented some suggestions for our lives in the world. Good resolutions, he said, might be: