They didn’t want to be defined by what they owned, but by their relationship with Christ.
Since Vern has been on vacation, he has taken over. Now he wants to drive the golf cart. But since he can’t reach the pedals, I’m not going to worry about him driving off. If Vern isn’t riding around in the golf cart, he can be found protecting our cottage from furious terriers or miniatureContinue reading “Vern’s Lack of Power”
As dark as the world seems right now, the light of Jesus is brighter.
Bee looked up at me with her deep black eyes and seemed to be telling me that it was time to look at her. Time to put the past behind me and focus on what God has given me today. That the gifts of the past were for the past and it was now inContinue reading “Bee a Friend”
Carl was clearly showing signs of insecurity. He wouldn’t come into the bedroom because of his fear of his sister. After going out into the hall and literally pushing him inside, it was clear our pooch needed support to enter. Once inside and on his bed, he was shaking uncontrollably. Carl, who stands only aContinue reading “The Wall of Insecurity”
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”
Recently after I retired from teaching, I purchased a French bull dog. My husband and I had wanted a Frenchie over a decade ago, but I had made a mistake and bought an English bull dog. Now if you know anything about these types of dogs, you will realize that the English looks nothing likeContinue reading “My Frenchie Companions”