Amy has left Sig (and Eddie) with me while she attends a retreat at Holy Cross Monastery. You would think that adding one dog to the mix would be no big deal. You would be so very wrong! Kizzy wants to eat Sig's food. Sig wants to eat Kizzy's food. Kizzy wants to take a long walk. Sig wants to get his "business" done and go back in! I am doing my best to adjust, but I have to admit I am glad that I don't have Bible Study and a Sunday School lesson to prepare for this week!
I am beginning to understand why women who have a second child seem to have an astronomical increase in stress. It seems that in dogs (and babies) one plus one is definitely much more than two!
On a separate note, the healing service went well on Sunday. No one threw away their crutches and no blind people regained their sight, but many came forward to recieve prayer and a special blessing. How God will act in each of these people's lives is yet to be determined, but whatever the case may be, to God be the glory, great things He3 has done!
I figure if Paul had to live with a "thorn in the flesh" and Paul was unable to heal Timothy's tummy problems, it is OK for me to claim the same promise given to Paul--My grace is suffiecient for you. May the God who heals be with you and give you rest!