Here he sits.
A dog that was bred in Northern Scotland to rid farms, castles and other areas of vermin. A West Highland Terrier that has a tail that can be pulled out of a tunnel without pain or damage. A dog with a bark loud enough to notify the owner when he gets in that tunnel. (God’s creation amazes me by the way…)
Here he sits. Continue reading Here He Sits
I am in the craft room working…low and behold…there Oscar is…again…on the same day as last year. I think the message deserves a repeat post. The Father used my dog again.
Oscar and The Reminder
Our furry baby is a West Highland Terrier named Oscar.
We are “empty nesters” and he has moved into our hearts and taken it, throwing away that silly key! He drives us crazy (‘tenacious terriers” is not an understatement). But we cannot imagine life without him. We lost our other Westie, Bubba almost six years ago and we were never having another animal because his death hurt so much.
Right…….Our animals can teach us a lot.
Oscar brought something to my attention again. I have seen it before, and most likely written about it..but it really confirmed the importance of the lesson to me again. Continue reading Again~Oscar and the Reminder
Christmas and the Ornaments
What is it about the ornaments?
We put our tree up last week and it seemed to take forever. Without mentioning the need to take out each individual branch, fluff it and place it within the correct letter coordinate…..it was about the ornaments.
After each ornament was upwrapped and tenderly placed on the table, I had to look at each one as I put it on the tree. My hubby was trying to help, but I made him stop so I could look at which one he had picked up. Continue reading What is it about Christmas Ornaments?