There’s me and the big honkin’ dog – who is squinting for some reason. Last night I came home with dread at the thought of being alone with the dog, and then some of that dread came to fruition. I was afraid when I was alone with him, and called my daughter while she was at school for advice. Later, I sat here at my computer, and the dog came and sat at my feet and gnawed on a large gnarly bone. Oh, the sounds he eminates! It was comforting. Perhaps I can better come at this dog obliquely.
I am running late. I have a hugely important meeting at 8:30 and I need to take an earlier bus, and I don’t even know which bus or what I am going to wear yet. Having other people in the house kind of ends my focus. And that is probably a good thing.
The heavens are telling the glory of God; and the firmament proclaims his handiwork. — Psalm 19:1