Here’s another of Erin’s journal entries to ponder during this quarantine time (for most of us). She wrote it when she was 14 years old, almost 15. (7/20/05) It can be found at the end of Chapter 3. I’ve also attached a photo taken a month after she wrote this entry. It was taken at
With all that’s happening (or not happening) during the Coronavirus quarantine, I thought it might be helpful to people to re-read Erin’s journal entries. I’m going to try to post one of her entries occasionally during this time of pondering. It’s ideal for your Lenten reflections. Today’s entry was made when Erin was 15. It
SORRY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE MARCH 24, 2020 PRESENTATION AND BOOK SIGNING AT THE NORTON PUBLIC LIBRARY HAS BEEN CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PRECAUTIONS. ALL OF MY PRESENTATIONS AND BOOK SIGNINGS ARE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. BE WISE! BE SAFE!
And, last but not least, was the book signing at St. Joseph’s School Christmas Craft Fair in Wakefield, MA over Friday and Saturday. Amy Lemieux has headed it up for the last 15 years. I used to work with Amy at McLean Hospital and she invited me to have a table at the fair this
One interesting person we met at LaSalette Shrine before the presentation was a man named Joe Borden from Leominster. The banner of Erin’s book cover had intrigued him so he started up a discussion with us. He had a very touching story and we felt that it was not a coincidence that we had met.
And, then the LaSalette Shrine presentation was also a fabulous afternoon. Over half the room was filled with old Lifeteen friends, current friends, family, people we haven’t seen for ages, parish friends, and strangers who wanted to know more about Erin. Maryann Daley welcomed us all to the event. It was Maryann’s urging to Tom
(photos courtesy of Michele Aubin) Photo courtesy of Skyler Hesch The presentation and book signing at Assumption College on November 13 was a night to remember. About 30 people braved the frigid seventeen-degree temperature on a Wednesday night to attend. Mike Land, who was the adviser for LeProvocateur opened the event and introduced President Cesareo.