Tuesday, June 12, 2007

A Good Morning, ruined

Well, a quick report from the Priests' Convocation in Dublin. We are here talking about managing and leading change (I know, a real theological topic...)

Well, after morning prayer, I've had to change my whole day around. Why? My car got busted into last night and things stolen out of it. ARGH! So, my whole day is shot at this point trying to get a new window, get the car cleaned out and the stuff replaced. Besides all that, trying to forgive the perpetrator for the headaches he is causing me right now.

But hey, look at the bright side, it's a good excuse to blog instead of sitting in the sessions for the convocation! ;)


Rich Leonardi said...

My car was 'busted into in much the same way ten years ago. 'Afraid forgiveness wasn't the first thing on my mind. Good luck; aside from the material loss, it is such a hassle.

Father Kyle said...

the window is now replace, so now it just the glove box that has to be fixed (but I never keep gloves in the glove box, so is it really a glove box?)

Luckily, I qualified for a free Sirius receiver, so that's on the way. But I am really gonna miss the Garmin GPS, as that is so handy.

And Rich, it took me a little while to get to the forgiveness part, i'm not quite THAT good.

Adoro te Devote said...

I deal with people every day who have that happen...except their entire vehicles go missing. You want a headache! They even get their identities stolen....sounds like that didn't happen to you, thankfully.

Sorry about your car!

kraig said...

Sorry about that. Thank god you're able to find replacement soon and fix the things. It is quite annoying that there are people who do these kind of things. If only they knew how affected are we.. sighs. I happened to me also. I parked my car to do some stuffs, only to find out that I had flat tires and my mazda catalytic converter was gone. I guess, we have to be very careful next time and pray that this thing wouldn't happen again. Forgiving the intruders is all we can do.