Pain changes how life is filtered. It’s like entering a room that you want to exit but there’s no door.
After a couple of horrifying moments, the dogs were separated.
Carl has been away for over a week. He has taken up residence with my daughter’s family. I got a text from her stating that her children didn’t want to let him go. They had fallen in love with our sweet dog and proved it by changing his name to Uncle Carl. Prior to thisContinue reading “The Power of a Name”
As I look towards the fire, I can’t help but smile at my little white dog. He is cuddled up on the couch as close to the fire as he can get. The blower to our furnace is broken, so for now, the gas fire place is the spot to be near to stay warm.Continue reading “A Life Changing Dream”
He was in a pickle. Carl wanted to go outside but he was afraid if he did so, he would miss out on something. A treat, a chance to lay in front of the fire, or the attention that he always craves. So instead of crawling through the doggy door to the world, he stoodContinue reading “In the Middle”
A lot has happened in the last couple of days. Bee has been having a very difficult time keeping her emotions in check. She and Leo have been fighting more and blood has been spilled too many times to let this arrangement continue. So with a heavy heart, I had to call Leo’s owner andContinue reading “Vulnerable”
I will appreciate these moments when everyone is being kind to one another.
Unity only comes when we stand at the foot of the cross and realize that we are all the same in Christ.
New normals. They come out of nowhere.
Even though we can’t see God, if we pay close enough attention, we will be able to see the picture He is painting in our lives.