And then, I clicked onto Google News.
Kate Middleton's name caught my eye. The question everyone seems to be asking is whether or not she's pregnant. I must admit, I wanted to know.
I didn't have a driving need to know. I just wondered. It's the kind of news that brings a smile. It sure beats reading about murder or suicide bombers or the fiscal cliff.
But nobody seems to know if she is or if she isn't. (On Monday, Dec. 3, the news broke: She's pregnant.)
So, I clicked around some more and now I'm ready to log off.
But my mind is on something else now. I'm about to read my "Consecration to Jesus Through Mary" readings for the day. And I'm looking forward to Sunday.
The beginning of Advent.
The world may wonder if Kate Middleton is pregnant, but the world isn't holding its breath, waiting for that answer.
May it be done unto me according to your word.
And the Woman conceived. Yes, I'm ready to enter the season of Advent. I love this season of quiet waiting. I need this season of quiet waiting.
It's time to enter into the mystical pregnancy of Mary - and wait.