However it is one of our family's favorite feast days and the children even though it may have been a bit of a more intense day would not miss it for the world (well except Kynan who is away and missed a great day).
Sunday Lunch Menu after Mass and had Burritos. A fairy basic version I am sure.
I didn't get to read them all but spent the last minutes before bedtime reading this to our little ones. It was lovely and Moran fell asleep against my arm and Arwen in my lap as we finished.
|Autumn making ham roses|
In the afternoon while the little ones were colouring or just playing the older children and I started our tradition of Our Lady of Guadalupe Tea as first shared with us by Alice.
For the full story of the meanings of the food items please visit her lovely post about them.
These are quite a favourite
The roses go on top and you roll them up to hide the roses. Thus it becomes "The Tilma of Roses"
I pray you all enjoyed your own feast days as well!!
Remember, O most gracious Virgin of Guadalupe, that in your apparitions on Mount Tepeyac you promised to show pity and compassion to all who, loving and trusting you, seek your help and protection.
Accordingly, listen now to our supplications and grant us consolation and relief. We are full of hope that, relying on your help, nothing can trouble or affect us. As you have remained with us through your admirable image, so now obtain for us the graces we need. Amen.
Our Lady of Guadalupe pray for us!!
Blessings to you and your homes,