Lizzie Bennet Has Come to Our House to Stay

For months, I have been visiting animal shelters looking for a kitten. I was having a hard time finding the right one. A few turned my head and tried to steal my heart but sadly, they just weren’t the one. My family started hinting that I was being too picky because they thought I was trying to replace the cat I lost. Truthfully, I might have been a little picky but I knew the right kitten was out there for us just waiting to be adopted.

And she was! Lizzie Bennet has come to our house to stay. We brought her home last weekend. She is close to 4 months old with a loud purr, a sweet disposition, and wicked little claws.

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She already enjoys good books!

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Isn’t she sweet?!

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Blessings,

Mimi

Wisdom From The Animals: Day 31

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Wisdom From The Animals: Day 31

Today is the last day in the #write31days writing challenge. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series. All month long, I’ve shared animal facts and biblical lessons that can be learned from each of these animals.The bird, above, is a hornbill and I thought this bird was perfect for Halloween. If you’d like to read the posts from the beginning, you can find them here.

“reject every kind of evil.” 1 Thessalonians 5:22

Throughout scripture, God instructs us to turn from evil. He commands that we leave evil attitudes, behaviors, and actions behind us and embrace those that honor and praise Him. We are to embrace and incorporate attitudes, behaviors, and actions of righteousness. While celebrating this spooky holiday and enjoying all the fun of dressing up and eating copious amounts of candy, remember that God loves you.

Happy Halloween!

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To view all of my posts from the 31 Days Writing Challenge 2015: Wisdom From The Animals, click on the icon above. I hope you’ll come back to visit over and over again. I’d love for you to follow me on the blog or any of my other social media sites. Thanks! 

Blessings,

Mimi

Wisdom From The Animals: Day 30

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Wisdom From The Animals:Day 30

Luna moths like my yard. I find them often resting against the side of the house. Recently, I learned that luna moths particularly like sweetgum trees which explains why I have so many of them because my yard is canopied by sweetgums.

“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Matthew 6:19-21

I love books. I don’t dare count how many I own or my family might call me a hoarder. Insects are detrimental to books. They love the paper and glue. But, the treasures that are most important are those things I store in heaven. Acts, behaviors, and attitudes that have honored God or given Him praise and glory. These things can never been ruined since they are my spiritual acts of worship and given to God. My heart’s treasure is not found here on earth but in heaven with Him.

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To view all of my posts from the 31 Days Writing Challenge 2015: Wisdom From The Animals, click on the icon above. I hope you’ll come back to visit over and over again. I’d love for you to follow me on the blog or any of my other social media sites. Thanks! 

Blessings,

Mimi