Well… Rain has a few bones to share with you. Take it away, Rain.
Let me stop drooling with excitement over speaking again! Well… being just a young pup, one would think I haven’t learned much but don’t be fooled. After living in different houses and seeing the two-legged professional in animal medicine a few mornings ago, I have a few bones to share with you.
- Not every two-legged creature will love you. No matter how hard you try, you cannot make them love you. My time at one house and the dog shelter taught me that; you will be taken care of but it is not home. Yet, there is one who loves you and can call home.(John 3:16)
- Assumptions will be made about you and may even bite, but remember in the assuming truth will be revealed. The two-legged alpha male veterinarian assumed Master and Mother of Master created my behavior; blaming them for my anxiety and what did he say, oh, aggression. We tried to tell him I was like this before I met them but he pinned his ears back and continued to bark out what he thought to be true.(Proverbs 12:17)
- You think it may be cool to be like someone else, but just be who you were made to be. Watching the alpha male strut around his territory with haughty demeanor, thinking he knew it all with female assistants drooling and saying he could do no wrong, was enough to make me want to spew out the sock I ate that morning.(Psalm 139, Proverbs 18:12)
- With the right trainer, you can be the best you can be. I know when Master, Mother of Master, and Sister of Master obtain the proper skills to train me, I can be better than I am. You know what training means don’t you? Breaking the will producing strength in doing what is right. It doesn’t sound like a picnic with a bowowlicious ham bone from the Bone Lady, but I know it will be for my good. (Psalm 51:17, James 1:2-3, Romans 8:28)
- This life is ruff so forget about going it alone. Master needs me and I him. We both carry scars from ruff times; Master, a former US Marine and Iraqi War veteran and me being shuffled around until finally coming home.(Romans 1:12)
- No one is a lost cause. Just look at Peter. (Luke 22:31-32)
Well… there is the final answer to Mother of Master’s Riddle Me This question. I hope you find these bits of bones helpful as you romp through life experiences.