The Catholic Nomad has been down for some time, and this is just one final post (if anyone happens to be interested) to say that I will never again be posting on this site.
I have been on the road for almost 9 months now. I have not seen my home state, family, or friends in all of that time.
Instead, I have been through some incredibly amazing experiences while suffering terribly all the same.
For a long time I could not post or write because of some of the things that I went through. I felt as though many people had killed a dream that had been building within me for so many years. I did not know how to reclaim that dream, because they had seemingly destroyed it with such a coldness and carelessness that it seemed utterly amazing to me that they could have no idea what they had done.
And thus for many months the Catholic Nomad was a blank; a white log-in page with no access but to one who could no longer bare to look her dream in the face any longer.
There is something difficult about it that I do not understand. Something that sometimes I want to run from, but yet I feel as though if I do not accomplish it, I will regret it for the rest of my life.
Dreams are like that you know.
So the Catholic Nomad no longer exists.
That is because something new is being born.
Hopefully like the Phoenix it will rise out of the ashes and accomplish its goal, despite all of those who have tried to stop it, destroy it, tear it down and ruin it, and its author, into the ashes of forgetfulness and nothingness.
The Catholic Nomad is no more, but a new site is being born:
I hope that you will visit me at my new site and may God bless you all,
The Catholic Nomad