Bee had had enough. She just didn’t think it was fair. Vern was always being chosen to ride in the big black truck, with the windows down, his ears flapping in the wind. And she was left alone behind the screened porch with no one to play with. Time and time again, the little whiteContinue reading “The Power of Forgiveness”
They didn’t want to be defined by what they owned, but by their relationship with Christ.
Jesus knew that children were inquisitive and hadn’t been tainted by the world like their grown up counterparts.
I appreciate the seriousness people are taking with the virus, but it still makes me sad living my life at a distance.
Vern knew he had made a bad decision. The harsh rebuke clearly demonstrated that he had reacted in a way that was not acceptable. With head held low to the ground, the little dog scurried under the foot stool and scrunched into a ball. Maybe, here, covered by the flaps, no humans would see him.Continue reading “Vern’s Feelings of Remorse”
Months have passed and we are all trying to come to terms with our new normal since Carl left. Of the three of us, little Bee has adjusted quite well. Instead of Carl getting to go on walks with my husband, Bee has slipped into this special position of strolling companion. Each morning, she knowsContinue reading “Competing for Devotion”
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”
Bee came running inside her doggy door and immediately shook off the cold weather that had swaddled her body while she was out doing her business. Once inside, she headed directly towards her warm cozy bed that is lodged in front of the fireplace. She couldn’t get there fast enough. Instantly, she laid her pudgyContinue reading “Contemplating the Benefits of Discomfort”
Walking Bee looks a lot different from when we walked Carl. Carl always led and under no circumstances did he need assistance. He could walk over five miles and hardly break a sweat. Bee on the other hand, can only walk a couple hundred yards in the heat before needing to stop and catch herContinue reading “Treasured Relationships”