Awaiting my Arrival


“The greatest fear dogs know is the fear that you will not come back when you go out the door without them.”

― Stanley Coren

Dear Reader:

It doesn’t take a professor of canine psychology like Dr. Coren to observe what any dog owner knows; our faithful companions do not like to be left behind. I would add that there is no one who is obviously more enthralled to greet me than my dog!

Before the jumping, tail wagging and cuddling, comes the barking that I can hear when I open the door of my car. As I approach my front gate, I can see Winnie’s face peering out hoping to see me.

How can anyone resist the simple joy of owning a dog? I do not know.


2 thoughts on “Awaiting my Arrival

  1. Precious Winnie! I love that joy! Maybe it’s because I’ve been thinking a lot about very special faith-filled woman I knew from church who passed away this week, but it strikes me that God created dogs. Perhaps the joy of seeing us when we come home is an indication of the joy that He will feel when we come “home”.😌💕

    1. So sorry to hear about your church friend. I’m glad that you are able to find comfort in faith. Hugs

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