Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Let's Go Fly a Kite

So what does a Jesuit scholastic do on the first day of Spring Break?
  1. Go to the beach
  2. Make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land
  3. Write a proof for the existence of God
  4. Fly a Kite
Thanks to my mom, several of us enjoyed a day of kite flying. Using an inflatable Spider Man kite that came in the mail yesterday (my Easter gift) we spent a good part of the morning on Fordham's campus flying kites. Since the students are mostly gone, we had the place pretty much to ourselves.

Drew is kneeling because he can't make it work. Erica is picking it up because Drew can't make it fly. You'll note that I realized tremendous success in getting it aloft!!

Actually, I don't know why Drew is kneeling at this moment. Perhaps he saw a vision.


Anonymous said...

That Erica scholastic is the hottest Jesuit I've ever seen.

Anonymous said...

How come these pictures show green grass and you wearing just a fleece jacket? We Clevelanders are dressed in wool caps, heavy scarves, artic parkas and boots and the only thing we see is snow, snow and more snow.

Enjoy Spring Break.


Unknown said...


An inflatable kite?

(It does look like an incredible cheat, though!)


Anonymous said...

Thanks for your Blog ;) God Bless you

Anonymous said...

A friend and I spent our first day of break flying a kite as well. Being a couple of girls, our cheap kite was Dora the Explorer, rather than Spider man. ;-)

"Let's go fly a kite/Up to the highest height/Let's go fly a kite and send it soaring..."

Tom in Vegas said...

First time visiting your blog.

I shall keep a close eye on the things you write so that i may have a good indication of what it means to be a Jesuit.

Many blessings,

I once came very close to entering St. Pat's seminary in California through the diocese of Las Vegas. Long story.