Sunday, February 04, 2007

Changes

Changes

We have had a few changes over the last couple of weeks. While we were in Adelaide my mil and fil gave us a new kitten. I didn't really think I was a cat person till I bought this cat home. She is gorgeous. She loves to interact with people and play with them. The first few days we kept her in the house full time. She moved out onto the verandah to sleep two nights ago. She didn't like it the first night. We could hear her miaw through our bedroom window. When I got up the next morning and opened the door she dashed in.

I wasn't to sure how she would take to our dog Pepper or how pepper would take to her. Well they certainly are not best friends but they tolerate each other well. Maybe with time they will become better friends. We have called the kitten CC which is short for Clever Cat.

We have had some changes in our parish as well. This weekend we were all very sad to farewell Fr Peter from our parish. Passionists have been looking after our parish for 26 years here. They will no longer be a part of our parish and we have a new diocesan priest called Fr. Paul. It is good to have some chnage sometimes but we will all miss Fr Peter. He really did care a lot about our children and making them feel welcome in our parish. He was very good with the youth and interacted well with them. We wish Peter all the best as he moves on. HOpefully we will be in touch from time to time with him.
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