Don’t know if you feed readers caught the update last night, but Felicity passed her interview.
Yay! Praise God! She’s on her way!
Mrs. Prather said that she did really well and that they had a nice little chat afterwards about Felicity’s patron saint. (Hint: “Felicity” is not Felicity’s real name, as much as I love it.) “She really seems to grasp it,” Mrs. Prather assured me, and I was so relieved.
The only question Felicity missed was the one asking her to compare and contrast the sacramental theology of St. Thomas Aquinas to that of Gregory of Nyssa.
Once the stress of the interview was past, the rest of the evening was devoted to pure banner-making bliss. We’re taking two tables laden with all the felt, glitter, ribbon and holy cards that a little girl could desire!
The downside of that, of course, is that one’s banner can get a little…um…crowded.
Allow my five-year-old to demonstrate.
(She covered the front and back, you see.)
Felicity showed more restraint than her younger sister, however, and I only had to stage one intervention.
Okay. Maybe two.
But she is done! She is ready! She receives Our Lord in just three days!
Thank you, everyone, for all your prayers—thank you thank you!—and please stayed tuned. There will be joyful photos galore in the days to come. I’ll even teach you how to do a roll-over, if’n you would like to learn.
All for the greater glory of God!