Wednesday, March 30, 2016

We All Mess Up. Here's What to Do.

©Amy Lane 2017 Used with permission.

has advice for those all of us
who have messed up, 
are messing up,
or will mess up. 



  1. Amen, and amen! Thank you for sharing this reminder! :)

    1. Amy is my youngest child... just fourteen!

  2. Hello, what amazing love He shows us each day and in all our situations.
    Blessings, Roxy

    1. Thank you Roxy!

      I pray you'll get the puppy that is perfect for your family. My little pup is now almost two years old. Hard to believe! She's not the pup I'd hoped she'd be, but she's a good pup. She's not as affectionate as I'd hoped, but it's just not her personality. Mama was a Dachshund.

      She does like to snuggle up and take a nap on my legs if I sit too long, or climb up in bed with me if she's cold. ~smile~ She's got very short hair, so I don't mind so much.

      This I do know. I prayed and prayed hard for a puppy. When I was at the animal shelter, I even prayed over whether to get her or her sister. I believe God lead me to get her. Whether it was because I needed her or she needed me, I don't know. ~smile~

      As she gets older, I'm understanding that I need to love her for who she is not be frustrated because of who she is not. Kind of like kids, huh?

      Be blessed with every spiritual and canine blessing my friend!

  3. I needed to read this tonight! Thank you for sharing and linking up with us over at the Welcome Home Wednesdays Link Party!


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