DH is coming home tomorrow! Yay!!! This week has been frightfully dull and empty without him. He should be back in the early afternoon. They were trying to make it to Beaufort, SC, today so the drive won’t be as terrible in the morning. I honestly cannot wait to see him.
On another more random note, I think I want to be Catholic. I don’t know where this came from, but I have always been interested in Catholism and I went to the bookstore last night and bought the Catholic Catechism to read over. I was raised Methodist, attended a Baptist church in my late teens/ early adult years, and now we go to a Presbyterian church. They’re all fairly similar. The Catholics do things differently, for sure, but I think I’m going to take a look at it. DH will rebel against this! We love to go to the more relaxed churches where you can wear jeans or whatever, and I’m pretty sure that doesn’t happen at a Catholic service. Who knows, this is just an idea I am entertaining, but I’m still trying to figure out all the differences between Protestants and Catholics before I make a firm decision. I am a big researcher, and I do not like to make any uninformed decisions.
Religion has always interested me, I took a couple courses in college, but I have been itching to find “my place” in my own religious life. We really need a church home, someplace we can join and go every week, and that’s what made me go ahead and look into all of my options. I think when you’re raised in a certain religion, it can be good to look at every aspect to make sure you’re where you want to be and not just going with what you know. I know without a doubt that I am Christian, but I need to find the denomination for me. If you’re Catholic, let me know so I can pick your brain!
*ETA- thanks for the Catholic girls letting me know that you can dress down in some Catholic churches! Obviously, the dress code is pretty low on my list of priorities as far as religion, but I was just wondering! I will be doing a post shortly with a blog award for some of you gals!
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