Monday, August 27, 2007

Sleeping with Bread

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketTime for another Sleeping with Bread post. Today, I am grateful for the beautiful weather. After Saturday's unbearable humidity, it rained with a vengeance on Saturday evening, and today is a perfect day for starting my job on campus. Just beautiful.

Heaven will have low humidity and lots of sunshine, I think.

With puppies.

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12 comments:

Cygnus said...

If there are puppies in heaven, where does that leave Michael Vick? :-]

4HisChurch said...

Hmmmm...Thankfully for him, it is not my job to determine! ;)

:o) said...

speaking of puppies.. I'm grateful for my two.

4HisChurch said...

Awwww.

Mary-LUE said...

Low humidity, lots of sunshine and puppies? Count me in!

Would you like me to add you to the list of regular SWB posters?

4HisChurch said...

Oh, sure, Mary Lue! Thanks!

Carmel said...

what a cute puppy!! I can't have a pet at the moment so I'm grateful for my neighbors 2 dogs who are so cute to look at.

4HisChurch said...

I always appreciate animals wherever I can find them, too!

Anonymous said...

Awwww ... I want him, even though I already have 3 cats! Won't we hve fun! And I remember this rhyme: "No heaven can heaven be/If my cat is not there to welcome me!" Since cats and dogs are some of God's greatest blessings, I sure hope they have a place in God's Kingdom! Regards from Canada, Patricia Gonzalez

Divine Mercy said...

i love puppies!

4HisChurch said...

Puppies are great! Unconditional love!

Anonymous said...

yES...............dogs and puppies are great..............but give me horses in heaven, please!
preferably mine!

am not a christian, so, alas, no heaven for me!

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