I thought it was the water bill. A letter with City of Phoenix logo on it.
I opened it and found a note inside saying the city prosecutor has decided to press charges against the owner of the dogs that attacked Duke.
Very odd. They sent me a letter a month or two ago saying they were not going to do that. It had talk in it about sending the woman to jail and this that and the other thing.
Well, they never asked me my opinion on the subject but the reality of it is, all I want is the money I had to spend on the vet back. Perhaps put those dogs down. That person is a very irresponsible dog owner seeing from the numerous times I have driven past there and seen the gate open and the door to the house open. Those dogs could easily just run out of the house and start their junk all over again. My dogs have gotten out before, but they don't go tearing up the first animal they see.
But I'm not a fan of Pit Bulls and anytime they attack anyone or other dog I am a fan of seeing them put down.
Started this entry yesterday. It is official now: Caleb is going to spend a year in Hawaii, leaving sometime in September. He is also going to do another 2 month stint as a camp counselor at the Salvation Army's camp up in Heber. The stint in Hawaii is also through the Salvation Army. The winds of change have finally come for him and I am excited about what God is going to do in and through his life. I am not exactly excited I won't be seeing him, but that's the way life is and the way God has set things up. Normal, in other words, for your children to leave after they grow up and find their own way. I am guessing after that year in Hawaii he will be moving on towards the things his heart is full of, which at the moment is to become a minister in Japan.
I am feeling rather tied down at this point. I remember the days of missionary life and as hard and sometimes trying as they might have been, I wouldn't trade that experience for anything on this earth. It's hard to break free from the "chains that bind you", which in this case is the life I am currently living in working a full time job; making house payments and all that comes with that and basically doing much of nothing else if comparing it to the life I lived some time ago. But, until I get a clear picture of what I should be doing with the rest of my life in contrast to what the Bible says - I will do nothing but what I already do and that is to help people as much as I can.
So Saturday. So far, I have done much of nothing excepting to refill the 2 Hummingbird feeders, brown a roast and put it into a crockpot and ponder some bills that are due to be paid. I haven't been invited to go with, but I have been informed about a festival going on in downtown Tempe, starting 10 minutes ago. A bunch of local artists will be there showing off their work. Sounds intriguing, actually, I can get lost in a good painting.
Well, just listed the RV trailer for the however manyeth time on Craigslist. I am thinking I am going to have to break down and list it on RV Trader for at least one month or however they do it now-a-days and see if I have better luck there. I've had a couple of people come look at it, but so far nothing.
Off to work. I have plenty to do outside and I have a person coming at 1:30 to take some of the Yerba Mensa that is growing like crazy off of my hands. I need to get rid of some if, it consumes a large amount of water and drains my pond down quickly. Let someone else have some water draining plants! For free at that!
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