Thank you SB for checking on me and for the words of comfort about God walking with us. I am out of town still (husband went home to put our dog down) but I do still have internet access. I actually saw the message this morning but was unsure how to respond because I'm not really alright. I blame myself and being here around others I haven't had a chance to process it all. But, for now I've stayed safe, so.....
I hope you are doing well. Thank you again for thinking of me! It means a lot to me! (((SB and DD)))
thank you for letting us know where you are and that for now you are safe!!
I had a t tell me once that because I could hold off the sh then i could in fact control it. I think there is some validity in that!
I'm at the present moment not ok but that's just me. I'm very confused. another t told me once that if i talked to myself as i do a friend then that might help me. I think they were right! it does help! You wouldn't blame me would you if my dog had bit the sitter would you??
We seem to take a lot on us gals here that really isn't what we should take on do ya think? I think even if you were to blame (AND YOU ARE NOT! ANIMALS DO WEIRD THINGS!) we need to forgive ourselves. God would forgive us if we make mistakes so if he can then why can't we??
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