No able-bodied human or animal would live in my house without contributing in some way to our household The Catechism of the Catholic Church describes the family as the original cell of society which teaches children all about justice and responsibility. There are countless ways to teach kids about responsibility and one of the best ways is…… Continue reading Even Our Guinea Pig Had a Household Chore
Perhaps there was a bit of heaven on earth on our hobby farm because natural enemies became friends. I like to think that the Holy Spirit flowed from our hearts into the land and swirled around, soaking into and transforming our animals’ personalities. In Isaiah, we are told a sign of the kingdom of God…… Continue reading The Cat Shall Nurse the Bunnies
It’s time to share your favorite family-friendly photos – with or without words. The prompt today is about cats but I want to share just a few of our farm animals, God’s creatures great and small.
Yes we know that our animals relate and connect to us because they sense the protection of the Spirit, the giver of all life, the protector and the source of all love. We love animals almost as much as kids. Our indoor pets and our farm-animals really are part of our family, included in…… Continue reading Living Within a Triangle of Light.
Don’t let looks fool you,Duke is smart, too smart If we could only outsmart our intelligent chocolate lab, all would be well. me Don’t let looks fool you,Duke is smart, too smart. are often trained as guide dogs because they understand complex commands and can remember up to one…… Continue reading My Dog Is Brilliant Enough To Act Dumb