Our Own Epiphanies: A reflection by Ann Marie Harootunian

Composing Catholic

Awaiting Expectations: Remember when you were little, and you were wishing for something you really wanted? The anticipation and expectation were so real, and it seemed, prolonged. Remember when you got what you wished for? I was about 8 or 9 years old and wished for a “walking doll” for Christmas. It had straight legs that could walk… I would have to walk it, one foot and leg forward then the other foot and leg forward. I wished and wished Santa would bring it to me. On Christmas morning, I flew downstairs and ran to my one gift and opened it, and there she was, my walking doll! What joy I felt to finally get it!

I remember some other times growing up that I wanted somethingvery much and when I got it, that feeling of happiness washed over me.I would give hugs and big kisses to my parents for getting…

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