Our Journey Helping Those In Need Throughout North America
As I was walking by our front window this past week, there was a mangy-looking “dog” running down the road in front of our house. Occasionally there are neighbourhood dogs enjoying some freedom, but it was fairly obvious that this “dog” was far too scruffy to be a pet. It had a long twig hanging from its’ tail and it sure did not look like a neighbourhood pet. I called the neighbour across the street to see if she had been looking out her window, but she was busy making pies so was nowhere near her front window. Haven’t seen it since – I am almost certain it was a coyote. I am thankful we have a completely fenced yard so that our little dog is protected from any wildlife taking a short cut through our area … Hopefully whatever it was headed out to the fields behind our subdivision!
I bought some ice cream at the store the other day (or what I thought was plain old vanilla ice cream). Got it home and realized that this “ice cream”, like all kinds of other things these days, is simply not what it used to be… Good thing it was just a small tub of ice cream, because I didn’t care for it at all! You never know what you are getting these days!! I will be taking a closer look at what I am buying from now on…
Since we have deeper snow now, our little dog is enjoying travelling in the lanes John has “created” while shovelling to the various places to get in and out… Shadow mostly comes back in covered in snow and he just loves to bury his face in it!