This book has touched my heart in an indescribable way. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves animals and wants to have a closer connection to our Heavenly Father.
Holly Cornwell, Editor 2007 – June 2014, The Royal Spaniels Magazine
During our daily walk, my dog paused and fixed her eyes intently ahead. For a moment, she stood there looking so regal, focused, and beautifully balanced. Something caught her attention and for a few seconds nothing else mattered. That got me thinking…
What are our eyes fixed on?
What has caught our attention . . .
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?
We all worry. It’s human nature. And probably not the part of our nature we adore.
As uncomfortable as worrying can be however, there is a bright side. I think worry can be used to drive us closer to God, and teach us to trust him.
Sometimes, when I worry, I remind myself to take a few slow deep breaths and trust that no matter what lies ahead, God will take care of me, and of those I love. Continue reading “Comforting Words for Anxious Hearts”
Being a mother doesn’t always mean being related to someone by blood. It means loving someone in an extra special way, unconditionally, with tender loving care, and joy in your heart. Continue reading “Happy Dog Mom Day!”