I hope you were able to read this week’s “Tuesday Tale” about Irene’s dog Odin. Odin has been getting a lot of nose bleeds lately. They thought it was an infection so he has been on medication to treat it. But the nose bleeds haven’t stopped. So they tested him for possible genetic illnesses, and now, they will be doing a brain scan. Continue reading
let’s look at the definition (taken from Vow, google search).
vow; plural noun: vows
a solemn promise.
oath, pledge, promise, bond, covenant, commitment, avowal, profession, affirmation, attestation, assurance, guarantee; More
a set of promises committing one to a prescribed role, calling, or course of action, typically to marriage or a monastic career.
vow; 3rd person present: vows; past tense: vowed; past participle: vowed; gerund or present participle: vowing
solemnly promise to do a specified thing.
“he vowed that his government would not tolerate a repeat of the disorder”
dedicate to someone or something, especially a deity.
vowed myself to this enterprise”
I particularly like the following words used to define “vow”- promise, bond, commitment. I read all too often about people giving up their pets or simply abandoning them if they get sick. Continue reading
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