Sometimes we look at sights in nature but don't really see. While hiking in the woods the other day, it became a realization that we need to open our heart and eyes to see the beauty of the simple things in nature with each season. There is so much order and purpose in His creation. God has given us awesome beauty in this world to see and enjoy... if we would but stop to see and feel it. Join us as this blog is about stopping to see the real beauty around us...to touch and feel it... "Through the Lens".

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Our Traveling Companions

The weather has been just awful. We woke up this morning with fog so heavy you could not see to the other side of the campground. As it started clearing, then we had drizzle and rain…and then more rain. I can’t imagine how Noah must have felt! Several folks have asked us about our pets. Since the weather is so yucky, let me tell you about our traveling companions. First there is Cody, our 10 year old Golden Retriever. He has spent most of his life in our back yard and in our house. Now he is a full-timer living in our motorhome with us. He is so well behaved and all he wants to do is please us; isn’t that typical of a golden? He follows me about everywhere I go and sleeps on the floor at the foot of our bed. He is so loveable and gentle, like a big 65 pound baby.


Then there are the Shih Tzus. Casey is 12 years old and all she wants to do is be in your lap or sit beside you. She is very attached to Gerri and wherever Gerri is, you will find Casey. After a certain time at night if you head back toward the bedroom, she thinks it is bed time and high- tails it back to the bed. Lastly, there is Nick. He is a 4 year old full of personality and very much in love with Casey. What’s odd is that Casey has been spayed so there is nothing there to lure Nick on. But he is soooo attached to Casey I kindly refer to them as Romeo and Juliet.

1 comment:

sue and doug said...

thanks for sharing about your four legged children..love it!!!..finally there is faces to them all...