Sunday, May 26, 2013

What I Wore Sunday

Happy Feast of the Holy Trinity!! Linking up with Fine Linen and Purple.

We attended the vigil Mass again, so this is technically what I wore Saturday. I'm one of the cantors at our parish, and I love love love serving in that way. I've been a singer my whole life (studied voice performance in college, currently sing with the Chicago Symphony Chorus), and I have never enjoyed using my gifts so much as I do as a volunteer in our parish, helping to create a meaningful, reverent liturgy. It's so fulfilling! It also gives me a chance to really focus; usually I'm sitting with my squirmy daughter, and I'm still having trouble paying attention to anything else but her. My husband likes having that quality time with her, too. Win-win-win.

Today I'm beginning a do-it-yourself retreat in preparation for Marian consecration to Jesus. The book is called 33 Days to Morning Glory, and I'm ending the retreat on June 27, the feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help (or should I say "haaaaalp"?). I thought that would be a good one for moms; perpetual job, perpetual help? And also it's the next Marian feast and I wanted to get started! I'm going to post reflections here, so stay tuned! And let me know if you're reading along!

And now, the purpose of the post:


Details, top to bottom:
Necklace: cross from my hubby, St. Gerard medal from my pastor (just before Anne was born)
Cardigan: Merona via Target, several years ago
T-shirt: Cynthia Rowley via Marshall's
Belt: Target (it has a cool tribal-looking pattern... on the back.)
Skirt: Studio West via Zulily
Shoes: C. Label via Zulily

Happy Memorial Day!

10 comments:

  1. My son and his wife did a Marian consecration, using "33 Days to Morning Glory"! They highly recommend it.

    You look so lovely--the colors of your outfit are perfect with your glorious red hair. This is a look I absolutely love--the cardigan, the ballet flats.

    Enjoy your 33 days of prayer and preparation!

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    1. Thank you so much! I am really looking forward to the next four weeks; I wasn't raised Catholic so a relationship to Mary doesn't come naturally to me. I'm excited to see what comes of this!

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  2. That's such a great skirt! I love the color!

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  3. great outfit! the ruffle bottom to the skirt is fabulous! have a great week.

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