God has given me Bee, my other French bull dog to help fill the gap.
I believe that God will provide for our furry friend in death as he takes care of us in life.
Carl was in a fight and lost. It wasn’t with another dog or even a cat. It wasn’t with a squirrel or even a bird. But a frog! Carl thought he would take a good bite out of the brown bumpy reptile but was immediately horrified by what he experienced next. Apparently, frogs have aContinue reading “Unpleasant Repercussions”
So instead of sulking when life doesn’t look like we think it should, trust in the God who knows what is best for us.
Carl is very intentional in what he does. He knows what he wants and doesn’t waiver from doing everything he can to get it. Take for instance his desire for treats. Carl will sit, lie down, or stay in order to get a piece of food. If he wants attention, he will take his pawContinue reading “Intentions, A Personal Encounter with Jesus”
Carl has been gone for almost two weeks. His life hasn’t interceded with ours except through pictures and Facetime. And even though we see him on the screen, he isn’t a part of our present. My husband and I have been on a cruise to Alaska while Carl has been rotating between staying with ourContinue reading “Carl’s Perception of Truth”
Carl knew that we were leaving. He just wasn’t sure if he would be included in the departure or would be left. To improve his odds of being allowed to join us, he placed his paws in front of him and took a prayer stance. His body was shaking with fear as he waited patientlyContinue reading “Living Between Faith and Fear”
Carl doesn’t have a lot to say. Every once in a while when he is upset or wants our attention, he will give us his ear piercing screech that will stop you in your tracks. Other than these times, he is for all purposes, quiet. I have been giving some thought to the fact thatContinue reading “The Power of Silence”
As we pulled into the campground overlooking the lake, raindrops started spitting at us in all directions. We quickly put up a canopy to keep dry. I tried to coax Carl to come in from the rain but all he did was stare at me as if I was crazy. He just couldn’t understand thatContinue reading “Small Skirmishes”
We don’t have to get wedged in our yesterdays.