random thoughts on chronic pain and life issues ... with the occasional weather report thrown in!
I love rainbows Saija!This one is especially nice and what a good verse!God's love for us and His comfort are in the the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!!Thinking of you and Leo at this sad time. It will take a while but you sure do have a true verse here!...Love Terry
Just stopping by to see you. I know this is a sad time for you & your husband...and pray the Lord will bless in spite of the heartaches. I can still remember when we gave our dog away to a good home. I cried for about 3 days like he was one of the kids. Then the lady called and said she was bringing him back, he did nothing but fight with her boxer. I said, nothing doing! I wasn't going through that again...grin. She had taken with her not only our dog, who jumped in her car and never even looked back, but she had phone #s of other people who wanted him. She must have called them because we were spared a second dose of tears. I read you are back at work...time goes by so fast doesn't it? You have a rainbow in your post...and we just saw one the other day...its like seeing a miracle each time, isn't it! Take care my friend... *hugs*
Catching up with you... and when I saw this photo it was like a small electric shock - thank you, I needed that sentence today.I proceeded to the older posts - and oh, so sad about your cat! Yesterday my beloved retriever who passed away a bit more than a year ago would've been celebrating her 15th birthday. And on Friday was the 12th birthday of my other retriever - who is so not in a good shape, and I'm worried it might soon be the time to put her away too :(Departing from the beloved pets is always so difficult that it makes me wonder why do I bother taking them in the first place!Be blessed - and have fun with your bike. Maybe a nice book or a delicious cake would be a delight for Leo?
YES, and now we just need the FAITH and TRUST to follow through...Sandy
Saija, I just thought I'd pop over after seeing you comment on Gayla's blog so many times. You are good with a camera. I'm sorry about your cat. I know how that feels. I put our 17 year old dog down last year. The Lord heals. Still, we are thankful that the Lord allowed us to have him and enjoy his little presence in our lives, as I know you are thankful that little guy was so much a part of your life.Bless you, sister!Mark
What a beautiful reminder of His love...we need only to call on His name. Nothing is impossible for Him!
terry ... as i find encouragement, i like to pass it along ... because others have blessed my heart so much with what they share! hope all is well with you & B ... :o)maggie ann ... ugh! that would be terrible to go through the separation sadness all over again! i have finished my first week back at the salt mines in the park ... it was busy and i'm pooped - time for a good sleep! :)eija ... we all have had those special pets, eh ... i'm so glad that God made them ... 'cause since we don't have kids, they really have filled that spot for us ... now it's like an empty nest!jel ... great verse, eh!sandy ... amen ...mark ... isn't that Gayla a sweet girl! our husbands have similar back problems - atleast we all know that in heaven there will be no pain, sadness, etc. ... thanks for popping by, blessings on you ... pat ... and He's shown that to us over and over again ... :o)
A new day...just found you a click away...as always, and stopped to say Hi. Hope your day is going well...=)
maggie ann ... thanks for the cheery hello ... you always brighten my day!
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