Sage advice for a Thursday morning. . . Thanks “B.”
Do you ever put your music on shuffle, but then get annoyed and upset when it doesn’t play the songs you want to hear?
Asking for a friend.
It is Lent and regardless of your faith (or lack thereof), anyone can benefit from reading and listening to the words found in a post from my old blog, A Simple Village Undertaker.
“Sometimes admitting the truth about ourselves is painful and even embarrassing. How can you claim to have any integrity if you cannot bear to tell the truth about yourself”?
If nothing else matters, listen to this beautiful piece of music. . . but there is so much more to be found there.
Again, Thank you, John, for sharing this.
“Stand down on the Mayday, K”*
Baylor has found a forever home in Houston.
Thank you to the folks who reached out, offering to adopt the little (soon to be big) guy.
Here are the back stories: Mayday, Mayday.
There is a quote by Aristotle that goes, “Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies”
What the great philosopher fails to mention is that one of the two bodies is often a dog.
Kudos to Megan for running with this, caring enough to not let him go to a shelter and for still loving us after we said we couldn’t have a fifth dog at the house.
*A little firefighter lingo.