We were created to not only jump but soar.
How often do we attempt to do the things we aren’t created for?
I have recently discovered that waiting is when the good, bad, and ugliness of my soul is uncovered and laid bare.
Vern just doesn’t understand why he is unable to open the doggy door. Even though he walks up to it, nothing happens. Bee on the other hand, just has to approach the opening and the plastic sheet magically rises up long enough for her round body to enter. At first, Vern got pretty agitated withContinue reading “Taken Up and Carried”
Poor Carl. He has been removed once more. First he was taken from his home where he resides as the king and taken to my daughter’s home for the week we were on vacation. After spending less than two days with her family, he was taken to doggy daycare to finish out his days untilContinue reading “Void Spaces”
Carl and I are very different when it comes to walks. Our little dog absolutely loves to go out into the world and stroll down any path or road near our house. It doesn’t matter how long he and my husband go or even what the temperature is. Just call Carl’s name and follow itContinue reading “A Walk For Faith”
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 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”
Carl hasn’t been challenged that much in life. Every day, he has a similar routine that begins with a walk, lunch, sleeping in the sun, dinner, and then finding a good spot to spend the night. Every once in a while, his routine is broken up but nothing to get his panties tied in aContinue reading “The Last Will Be First”