To keep everything running smoothly in a roller coaster life and gently reminding students in Advanced Holiness to remember their important morals and spiritual rules to live harmoniously by, it can be hard work even for a nun. Let’s face it, there are times that everyone needs a break, even Sister Mary Olga Fortitude.
It’s no secret that Sister Mary Olga has a couple of attention-grabbing vices of her own in The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude, but she will be the first to tell you that she’s not perfect. Life is an ongoing wonderful journey, and at times, a difficult venture to manage. Life is God’s universe and everything is perfectly ordered.
Sister Mary Olga doesn’t always see eye to eye with authority figures, with the exception of the Almighty of course. Her story may not seem that unusual or unbelievable; however, you haven’t heard it from a Bourbon swigging and Marlboro inhaling nun! You’ll find this story and entertaining narrator of genuine heart and side-splitting humor not that hard to love, but it will leave you thirsting for more. You’ll want to grab a quick refreshment for yourself, at least from Sister Mary Olga’s point of view.
The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude will take you on a journey from the Have A Heart Convent and around the small town of Bucksnort, Wisconsin. This story will grab your funny bone and not let go with the many stories and anecdotes of some very unforgettable characters. Mary Sister Olga will adamantly tell you that this story is a work of fiction. Or is it? You can be the judge of that.
It all started… sixty-five years ago on February 29th, on a leap year no less, little Mary Olga was born. Her desire to join the convent overcame her at barely the tender age of a girl. She followed her dream to become a nun.
Little did Sister Mary Olga know was that she would have her work cut out for her in Bucksnort. Follow her adventure, or rather misadventure, and meet all the colorful, zany characters for yourself.
As Sister Mary Olga would say, “Take a break” and read The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude.