Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Dream Catcher

Anne Marie spent the day with me last week, and I had a craft for her. It is a dream catcher necklace. Dream catchers originated with the Ojibwe Indians. When placed near your bed at night, they are supposed the catch the bad dreams and only let the good ones through. I think she did a pretty god job making this one.

Do you have many dreams, and do you dream in color?

“God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams!” 
Ephesians 3

Monday, September 26, 2016

Warm Socks

MEOW! Daddy has brought the clean laundry upstairs. Today it is socks, our favorite. Form a line and wait your turn nicely.

“Soak me in your laundry and I’ll come out clean, scrub me and I’ll have a snow-white life.
Psalm 51

Sunday, September 25, 2016

The Stones

We pass this small motel a lot, and the front lawn has always been empty. Until recently. Every time we passed, this was built a little more. WHAT was it? We theorized it is a replica of an Indian burial ground, or ancient stone circle. Lets look closer and closer.

SO, the other day we pulled in and asked the owner. Turns out it is nothing! His friends are artists and wanted to make the front look pretty. It is still a work in progress. Just an artistic expression. I was kind of disappointed, and liked it better when it was a mystery. Because then the possibilities were endless. But at least we KNOW now.

 “Then David took his shepherd’s staff, selected five smooth stones from the brook, and put them in the pocket of his shepherd’s pack, and with his sling in his hand approached Goliath…David reached into his pocket for a stone, slung it, and hit the Philistine hard in the forehead…That’s how David beat the Philistine—with a sling and a stone. He hit him and killed him. No sword for David!”
1 Samuel

Thursday, September 22, 2016

At The Vet

There is a huge bulletin board in our vet's waiting room. They change it each season, and the staff does such a good job with design! Here is the one for Fall.

"You can always tell about somebody by the way they put their hands on an animal."
Betty White