Fat Tuesday

Fat Tuesday, the last day before the beginning of Lent on Ash Wednesday, is traditionally the day to eat and drink well. People enjoy eating rich and fatty food along with rejoicing by wearing masks and costumes, participating in parades and the like.  Fat Tuesday is also known as Mardi Gras.  Can you believe that a  religious celebration is what made Bourbon Street famous!

Well, here we are on Fat Tuesday together.  If you are reading this you have at least decided to check this out and give it a try.   What many of us are doing is participating in Lent.  We are going to take this 40 day journey together.  It’s actually 46 days from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday, but Sundays are not counted during Lent.  Now let me clarify, this is not “40 Days of Purpose”. We are simply going to look together each day at what God says about us and see what happens in the process.  I hope you chose to join us.  See you tomorrow…

4 replies on “Fat Tuesday”

The blog is looking really good! I see you got the Twitter feed all figured out. Nice work! Looking forward to this Lenten season and seeing what Jason and I may learn together as we read and discuss what you offer up here…

Leslie – your blog mentoring is very helpful!!! (and having a friend who works for microsoft getting it all connected) thanks! look forward to doing Lent with you…

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