Glimpses of Home
Reign on me...

Winter tide

 "Mama!!"  whining, whimpering

"What?"  sighing, wondering

"Willow put play dough in my mouth"  , whimpering, false sniffing

"How, did Willow put play dough  in your mouth?"   sighing, wondering, really wondering

"I was laying on the floor and yawned and she put play dough in my mouth"  a bit of a tear  for sympathy effect

"Willow, Why did you put play dough in your sisters mouth?"  questioningly, wonderingly

"I wannid do"  mischievously , grinning, smirking with enjoyment


Thus are the pleasures of the simple life.

            The quietness of home and hearth, 

                        the playfulness of raising many children,

                                the confined restlessness of winter tide.  ;0)


You set the boundaries of the earth, and you made both summer and winter. {Psalm 74:17} 


We recently fostered a Great Pyrenees and her 16 week old pup.   The puppy was full of frolicking fun!

And mischief.

He was such a snow bear.  Don't let his innocent looks fool you.  He was a naughty little big thing. 

When the end came, we kept the mother.  ;o) 

She is lovely

  An ancient breed, the Great Pyrenees is gentle, intensively protective, obedient and kind.  They adore children are playful and love the snow diving head first.  Gentle guardian giants is what they are.  I had a Saint Bernard years ago and adored him.  I guess I just love big dogs. 


He sends the snow like white wool; he scatters frost upon the ground like ashes.{ Psalm 147:16}

 When it snows, she has no fear for her household;

for all of them are clothed in scarlet. {Proverbs 31:21}

After more playing in the snow...

Winter is a good time to break out the games

I love having four seasons

just when you grow weary of one ~ another springs forth

but not quite yet...

Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow?  {Job 28:22}