Time to show some thankfulness and love to the sweet animal friends in my life.
These three sweethearts are my Mom’s pets. We all live together now and I love them as my own. I have such a soft spot for animals, it’s ridiculous.
Dexter has become my step-dog and I absolutely love him so so much. I don’t want to know a life without these two in it.
Mocha is the sweet Mama on the left who passed back in May of 2018. I took it VERY hard and I still think about her daily. She had such an impact on my life. She was there with me during some extremely dark times and she holds a very high place in my heart. Rigby is her son, surprisingly enough. He now resides with Jonathan. As much as I miss my sweet pupper, I know JC may need him more than I do right now. I’m alright with that. We both would never disappoint Mocha no matter the situation.
Clover is an inner world wolf who helped me during the traumatic situation I went through very recently at the end of August. I don’t think I would have made the right decision or came to a realization that I was about to drown myself in alcohol if I wasn’t nudged, howled at, and kept awake. I can’t express this in any way that any of you would ever understand, and that’s okay. I know my protectors not only are on the outside, but also inside. Blaze made appearances too during this time, I haven’t found the right picture for him yet. He’s my sweet, but fierce black wolf.
I figured I’d end the cuteness with my Pokemon Go walking buddy, Vixen, otherwise known as Vulpix. She decided to join me for breakfast this morning. Hehe. I treat her as I do my living animals, I just love love…
November 2nd, 2020 Gratitude Scripture
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with Thanksgiving let your requests be known to God. Find the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your heart and your minds in Christ Jesus.”–Philippians 4:6-7 ESV
I’m going to add a little side note here about something I am also thankful for. Patrick referred me to apply for an Aetna job that is at-home work. I applied on Friday and this morning promptly at 11 am, Aetna called. The lady was extremely friendly, inviting, and just a joy to speak with. She gave me the pay, training schedule, asked if I’d be interested, and interviewed me. She set up an interview for November 5th at 10am. Prayer warriors, this is where you come into play. Much needed! This would absolutely help me pick my life back up and provide for my son and I without the help of anyone else. God has done it again, he knows how and when to make things happen. After I applied for that position I asked God to do what he wills. If he has them call for an interview or says that this just isn’t what I need to be doing. I am more than thrilled and elated at his decision. Let’s just hope I can pass round two!
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