Posts Tagged "dog stories"


Recently I wrote a post on how my husband and I have been working to help our very noise/vibrations reactive, young Carolina Dog, Ezra. That post is Dances With Dogs (a podcast is also available on that post). Ezra watching for the neighbor dogs Ezra’s noise/vibration reactivity has been one of the hardest things I’ve had to deal with in one of my own dogs. I say one of the hardest because my former Great Dane...

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Out of Darkness into the Light

Out of Darkness into the Light


Posted By on Jul 21, 2020

There are really several stories wrapped within this one. As I walk out in the early mornings with God and my puppy Ezra is when God will whisper sweet meanings to me. Back in February of this year before everything in the world suddenly changed, is when God whispered to me telling me Ezra was a treasure of darkness. I shared about it in this post, The Unseen. I KNEW that scripture verse as I’d learned about it years ago from my...

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The Scent of the Sent

The Scent of the Sent


Posted By on Feb 20, 2020

“Now thanks be to God who always leads us in triumph in Christ, and through us diffuses the fragrance of His knowledge in every place. For we are to God the fragrance of Christ among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing. To the one we are the aroma of death leading to death, and to the other the aroma of life, leading to life.” ~2 Corinthians 2:14-16, NKJV The Spiritual Allegory The Black Knight,...

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The Fierce Seer

The Fierce Seer


Posted By on Jan 7, 2020

Allegory – continuing the ongoing saga from the Be Well book… It was so cold outside, the last thing She wanted to do was go entertain (her perception) the Fierce Seer yet again today. He’s still young yet, preferring companionship to solo reflection…but that is slowly (ever so slowly in her mind) changing. He’s strong as his given name implies. He seems to think he’s bigger than he is, but that has...

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Remembering the Ones We’ve Lost

Remembering the Ones We’ve Lost


Posted By on May 31, 2016

Yesterday morning on my walk with my Carolina Dog, Schatzie, I was deep in thought and prayer. I happened to glance to my left and the hill in the photo was my view…the same one my sweet Meshach (Great Dane in photo) used to dash up with sheer, unbridled delight. I had to squat down and simply allow the sorrow of his loss to wash over me. My sweet girl Schatzie sat by me with my arm about her, as I allowed myself to embrace the...

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