Do you believe in miracles? MOM and I do. So what does a miracle look like? I think so many think that a miracle is this "BIG" thing. But you know what, I think miracles can, and do, look like this....
Beautiful flowers pushing up through rocky ground. I also include Dandelions in that. I mean how miraculous is it that those yellow flowers push up through concrete?!!!
The miracle of snow capped mountains that quench a worlds thirst miles and miles away.
Or how about the miracle of a smile. Like the beautiful smile from my gal pal Belle. A smile received can turn your day around. A smile given can warm your heart.
Of course there are those "big" miracles like my buddy Bert walking on water.
Miracles surround us everyday, just like beauty surrounds us. Sometimes you just have to close your eyes and open your heart to see it.
Tuesday and Wednesday I was back to not eating, not even eggs. But Thursday night MOM fixed me some ground turkey and I ATE it. In fact I had two helpings. MOM was thrilled. So a decision was made.
This is what MOM calls "Gooses Rock". I love this rock. I love where God has placed this rock. It has become, over the years, me and MOM's special place. So what does a miracle look like??
It looks like this.
This was me and my MOM on Friday. Kicked back at my rock, soaking up all the beautiful that surrounded us. But wait, how does a miracle get even more beautiful?
This is how, I brought my gal pal, Belle with me.
Belle is just a couple years younger than me and she is having a hard time getting around too. Butt boy oh boy does my Belle love the outdoors just like me. This girl has hiked more miles than any dog I know. She even hiked Kings Peak!! That is the highest peak in our state at 13, 528 feet. And it is NOT easy. I guess you could say that could qualify as a miracle, especially since when they reached the peak they had to endure a BLIZZARED in August!
But wait there is more to this miracle story. And here it is...
My buddy Bert was with us too.
After all I never would have know about "Gooses Rock" if it had not been for him.
I never thought I would see this place again. Butt by the grace of God and good friends and a MOM who would move heaven and earth for me (and carry me now and again) I was able to see my favorite spot on earth with the ones I love. Miracle? I think it qualifies. After all I apparently have a heart that is to small for me and with that tumor restricting my blood flow I am going to put this day in the win and miracle column.
In the coming days I will show you more of this miracle story (MOM only took 740 pictures). Until then my friends I need to rest. Needless to say I am moving even slower.