How are you doing today? Me, I'm struggling. I find myself overwhelmed with anxiety. I'm not panicking out of fear of the pandemic. I see the virus in its appropriate context - absolutely something to be concerned about, to take preventive measures against, and to protect those most at risk from. But I'm not hoarding… Continue reading Walk in the Rain
I think I lost a year of my life Thursday night. (No, I am never at all even slightly dramatic; why do you ask?) As I was driving to my small group meeting last night, I received a notification from my home security app, informing me that my front door was left open. Except, I… Continue reading Panic
Here's my point - We are not always good at seeing ourselves accurately. Growth - change, good or bad - tends to happen so slowly that we don't really recognize it. We can easily get frustrated thinking we aren't making any progress. We can just as easily get complacent, thinking we are doing okay when we aren't.
I love my dog, Daisy. (I feel like I've mentioned that once or twice before). I really do love her. But she's developed a few behaviors that I'm not all that crazy about. First, she has a new response to me leaving the house these days. Normally when I leave the house, I pen her… Continue reading Act Smartly
Daisy likes to lay across the bed in my guest room and survey her kingdom from the window. From the back, it looks like she is simply relaxing or sleeping. But, when we watch her face, it is very clear that she is alert. She is constantly looking for anything moving that may invade her… Continue reading Back to Safety
I'm in a co-dependent relationship. With my dog. Her name is Daisy; she's a German Shepherd - Lab mix, and she's awesome. And neurotic. We are truly two peas in a pod. What do I mean by neurotic? Well, for starters, Daisy likes the idea of going outside, but she doesn't like to feel as… Continue reading Two Peas