An update on Char-lee and a Thought to Ponder
Last night I was encouraged and inspired by a young woman who spoke in an interview about Life struggling with M.S.
She smiled into the camera and said ‘I have no idea of how bad the symptoms will become as I get older but I am very content with the NOW. ‘ She is only in her 30’s yet lives in a ‘retirement home’. I am cared for. Each day is a DAY OF LIFE. Her attitude spoke to my heart of the JOY OF LIFE. Rejoicing in the absolute JOY OF LIFE itself.
This is in essence the story of Char-lee, although the situation is not life determining like the story of human MS .above.
The little terrier had but a glitche – We have all witnessed dramatic improvements in the past few days. The vet. the nurses and anyone who has been connected with her have said the same.
She has the absolute JOY OF LIFE in every fibre of her being.
The blood test showed traces of meningitis, bacterial not hereditary. and her very excitable personality caused a lot of her shaking. It was a worrying few days but gradually we are seeing a return to normal which is frenetic but full of JOY OF LIFE.
We will try to keep her well exercised and also provide many times of closeness and love. Gradually we believe she will be off all medication.
There is an important lesson to all who are reading. Each day LIFE and Joy but time of stillness, prayer and love. This is an important lesson for each one.
We continue to thank God for all His undergirding Grace and covering in ALL CIRCUMSTANCES.
Peace and Love to you on this journey of LIFE. !
People like your young acquaintance can be amazing in their joy for the day. She can teach us a lesson on attitude. I’m happy Char-lee is doing well.
Hooray for both spirit-filled people & pup! Our attitude can certainly help to adjust our outcome! Hugs to you & Charlee for the reminder of cheerfulness! Prayers his recovery continues. 😘