Thanks so much for joining me today. It’s going to be a fun day as I’m sharing some photos and a video of my precious doggies.
There’s a lot of love in my household. I have five children … can you call a 21 year old your child??? … still trying to figure this new phase of life out. And three dogs. Plus my dear husband.
We sometimes call ourselves the “loud family.” You know that family … they are the ones you stare at in the restaurant as your children sit quietly and play with the crayons and coloring pages.
I accepted years ago that God did not plan a quiet life for me. And oh how thankful I am that He didn’t leave me to myself. God knew I needed to be stretched outside my comfort zones!!! And I LOVE IT!
My kids are loud. And my dogs are too. Ask anyone who has ever tried to have a phone conversation with me. My dogs are worse than kids! The husky starts “talking back” (do a YouTube search for Huskies talking and see what I mean). The German Shepherd has patterned herself after the husky in this regard (my apologies to all true lovers of German Shepherds) and the “old lady” (our 16-Y-O Australian shepherd mix) barks for fun of it and to join in the gang.
I love that God teaches me supernatural lessons through the natural. When my eyes are open, He is everywhere!
So today I’m taking a few minutes to share my dogs with you. They have unique personalities, very different, but I love them all. Here are some photos:
Now, here’s the video of what a typical morning looks like in my house. First, I feel the need to explain a few things in the video.
1) Why did I shut my bedroom door? As I was walking out, I thought “Watch! This will be the one day Kona decides to be ready to go! The day I’m trying to make a point.”
2) I don’t normally say “Are you ready to go” so many times. Apparently I will never be sought out for on-air talent.
3) And just so you know, Sammie had been sitting watching me for about 20 minutes. I figured that was too long to video tape.
Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed this peek into my life. And I hope you are ready to go when your Master calls you. I promise the adventure will be worth it.