Sunday, October 08, 2006
Adi Can . . . . . . . . Be all dressed up with no place to go
She even had a bath yesterday morning. But first things first, we decided to replace the other five batteries in the golf cart. The first one was changed out a couple of weeks ago.
Her ride would be right after lunch. I put her to work. You might remember that Adi is a therapy dog. We drove into Conroe and visited the folk at the assisted living center for about an hour.
Both Adi and the folk there like her visit. The folk tell me all about the dog (s) they used to have, some looked just like Adi. They tell me that just about every time we go. One fellow had a pack of beagles like Adi. They helped him hunt rabbits. Golf Golf+Cart Fun Sports Photos Life
When we got home the charger had finished and we took a test ride. All seems fine with the new batteries.
I didn't have one every Sunday and couldn't figure any scripture to go with his picture [well maybe "All creation is waiting . . . ].
Maybe you could figure out one. Thanks.
Thanks for your hello while I was away,had a great trip but glad to be home.Adi sure looks the test pilot type.
A preacher had been called to his new pastoral appointment and was dismayed to find that one of the leading laymen of the congregation had brought his dog to the service. The pastor asked the man to kindly remove the animal. The man obligingly took the dog out and returned to his seat.
After the service, some of the church board members rebuked the pastor for insulting one of their staunchest members. The dog hadn't caused any trouble, they pointed out, and the dog had been accompanying the man to church for years.
After the service, the pastor called to apologize. "Don't worry about it, Pastor," the man said. "It all worked out okay. I wouldn't have had my dog hear that sermon for anything in the world."
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