This post is part of the Everywhere series.
No one drives my car.
Unless you helped pay for it, or your name is on the insurance, it’s a no for me, dawg.
So, I did a thing today.
I resigned from my job.
On Sunday mornings, as I climb out of bed and dress for church, I’m always hopeful and expectant to learn a valuable lesson from the sermon.
Additionally, during the week, the boo and I dedicate a weeknight to partake in church-like fellowship on a smaller scale – appropriately named “small groups.” This, too, is a place to hear the voice of God.
I remember being at work one day, some years ago, on an especially stormy day.
Now of course, there had been stormy days before this day, and more would come. But this particular Tuesday stood out to me.Continue reading “For The Birds.”
Everyone has, at one point in their lives, played the popular game “Simon Says.”
That is, unless you lived under a rock growing up.
Or your mom faked a litany of medical diagnoses that kept you isolated and fully dependent on her, therefore, you didn’t have the time (or friends) to play the game with.
Have y’all been watching that Hulu show about Gypsy Rose Blanchard?? Because OHMIGOODNESS, WHAT IS LIFE?!
“I let the dog out, or I let him in, and we talk some. I let him know I like him, and he lets me know he likes me.” – Kurt Vonnegut
Dogs can be so needy.
“There is peace even in the storm.” – Vincent van Gogh
Regardless of breed, age or gender, I think there are some things that all dogs love – or can at the very least, tolerate.
“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” – Unknown (but probably Socrates)
I like to refer to Susie as an ‘older pup’.
Yes, I realize that that’s an oxymoron, but here we are.
Growing up, my family wasn’t big on pets.
We did have a goldfish, appropriately named ‘Goldie’, who might not have been your typical “pet”, but was the closest thing we were ever going to get to the word. Continue Reading