How often have you thought happiness and peace comes with the accomplishments of worldly goals?
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Pursuing peace is an action
We were created to not only jump but soar.
Discovering Our Gifts
How often do we attempt to do the things we aren’t created for?
Embracing the Act of Waiting
I have recently discovered that waiting is when the good, bad, and ugliness of my soul is uncovered and laid bare.
Vern’s Peace of Mind
Vern looked out the window of the truck, ready to hit the road. After a week of living in the basement of my daughter’s house, it was time to go home. Given all the comings and goings of little children and adults, Vern seemed happy to get back to his homestead where he could experienceContinue reading “Vern’s Peace of Mind”
Living Life in the Present
Carl loves his walks. Next to being fed, taking a walk around the block is what he lives for. He and his sister Bee constantly compete for who will lead their pack around the three mile path marked out by their humans. With his ears perked up and his body stiff and alert, Carl walksContinue reading “Living Life in the Present”
Carl’s Christmas Outfit
Carl knew it was coming. If it wasn’t for the car ride and being ushered into the pet store wasn’t enough of a clue, being surrounded by several employees assisting with the buckles and straps was a sure sign that he was going to get a Christmas outfit. Given that Carl can sometimes be mistakenContinue reading “Carl’s Christmas Outfit”
Carl stayed put. He didn’t seem in the least bit interested in moving from his bed. He was cold and didn’t want to take a chance at losing the little warmth that his body had generated throughout the night. Little did he know that even though the heat wasn’t working, there was a little fireplaceContinue reading “Staying Put”
Closer to the Storm
A lot can happen in 48 hours. The clouds have gotten heavy and the winds have started to blow. Instead of being alone though, Carl now has four other dogs and a cat to keep him company. Four children are making our house their home, and my son in law and his mother are hunkeringContinue reading “Closer to the Storm”