Good morning September!
With each change of season I’m reminded that change is part of life. Sometimes we like the changes, other times not.
My dogs are constantly taking time to nap. Usually they curl up on the sofa or in their bed. But sometimes they zonk out in the funniest positions or places! It’s not because they’re bored. They have a zillion toys, each other, our family to interact and play with, and a large yard to run, watch squirrels and birds…
but they instinctively know when it’s time to rest, and they listen.
Are we listening to our bodies? Do we know when it’s time to rest? Or are we running ourselves ragged?
Nubby is an adorable boxer! But being born with 2 legs poses an obvious challenge. Would he survive? And if he did, could he thrive and lead a happy life?
“The secret strength of a nation is found in the faith that abides in the hearts and homes of the country.”— Billy Graham
God bless America 🇱🇷
Hey there friends! Just peeking in to remind you that no matter what’s going on around you or within you, God loves you and has a plan.
Trust Him, and cling to His promises, despite upsetting or uncomfortable circumstances.
Wait on Him, even when you’re feeling impatient and frustrated, and want to take things into your own hands.
Be brave and courageous, even when you’re struggling with anxious thoughts, feel like turning and running, and have no idea what tomorrow holds.
The 75th anniversary of D-Day stirs up profound gratitude in my heart. Gratitude to all the men and women who served our country, and sacrificed so much for our freedom. It also stirs up deep gratitude to all the dogs who became part of the armed forces and bravely served alongside them. One such dog was Brian, a tough parachuting dog (a 2 year old Alsatian-Collie cross) who turned into a war hero and earned a medal for his service.
Read his inspirational story below, by following the link.