Easter is almost here and sadly many people think a rabbit is a great gift for their child. They are not a thing that should be thought of as a gift or object to be given for a holiday.
Sadly most people don’t do the research to find out what is required to have a rabbit as a pet. They actually require A LOT of care to be happy and healthy. I am an animal advocate and I had no idea how much care they required until a friend of mine adopted one.
Because of the impulsiveness to get a rabbit on Easter people aren’t educated on the proper care care which leads to a lot of neglected, returned, or abandoned rabbits.
She came home almost a week ago which is wonderful! But she is still sick and still trying to recover from pneumonia, the flu, and all the yuck that can come with taking all of those antibiotics. We would appreciate continued prayers for her full recovery. Cino’s grandma is a strong lady who has been through a lot in her life but has always tried to stay positive and press on. She is a good role model in so many ways and we love her so much!
This is my second post today. Be sure to check out “Sunday Pause (Paws): AWWW” also. 🙂
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, open your mouth and let out an “AWWW.”
I‘m going to keep this post short mostly because the picture says it all. But also because I am writing this late at night and I have been busy with other things (nothing like waiting until the last minute to get your taxes done). It was a busy week at work, we had a crazy spring winter storm, and, as you know, my mom has been sick. Calgon take me away!
But then you see a picture like this and you can’t help but forget about all of that stuff for a minute and say “AWWW.”
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and get off the merry-go-round.
Life can really feel like a merry-go-round sometimes. I wrote this short poem with that in mind.
MORE IMPORTANT THINGS
Why is it that we have such good intentions
But before we know it life takes over
We get lost in a culture that’s on high speed
It’s hard to live a life that is slower
In our night prayers and our brand new mornings
We feel refreshed and inspired
But the day turns into a balancing act
And at the end we are left so tired
Sometimes something breaks through the whirlwind
And we know we must jump off the merry-go-round
We are reminded that loved ones and relationships
These are the more important things that should be well-found
I‘ve gotten many birthday wishes, gifs, a peanut butter pie, and even songs shared with me. The best was my niece sharing the “The Beatles Birthday Song” with me along with a memory of her mom playing that song for her and her brothers every year on their birthday. (Her mom is my sister that passed away unexpectedly almost two years ago). Continue reading →
It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and listen to a story by me. 🙂
Yesterday was good old Dr. Seuss’s birthday! So I made my own online little rhyming book in honor of him.
This is my first attempt at making something like this where I use my voice and my own images. I found out I still have a lot to learn. The images don’t seem to view very clearly on all screens sizes. But never fear, I am sharing each story page first so you can see them clearly.
So presenting the short rhyming story…The Cat In The Hat (my version).