I arrived home from a long day at work to find a strange, small, white dog staring at me in my foyer with a prison orange scarf tied around her neck.
I called my husband “The mobile groomers dropped the wrong dog at our home, it’s a Shitzu, but it’s not ours.”
It was 6pm, our groomers. closed.
All I could do was sit and think of our dog at someone else’s home.
The sun began to set into an array of pinks, lavender, and even orange.
Sighing in the dark the two big eyes stared up at me.
The prison escapee was ours!
What seemed like a disaster to me was great joy to her.
She ran around the house like batman on steroids, or a man freed from jail.
The groomers had completely shaved the hair on our dog, even the tail, face and whiskers were not spared the clippers. Pink skin was peeking out everywhere. Our dogs hair was normally 6-8 inches over its whole body much like a miniature sheep dog.
Cutting things out of your life gives you instant space and freedom.
Remove enough encumbrances, not just hair, and it changes who you are.
Throw back the prison doors you’ve closed on yourself.
Sit in Gods glory.
Soak in His Word in the psalms praising Him.
Let Him transform you as you contemplate His wonders.
Thank Him for all He has done for you.
Space moved into your day allows time for God to cast his vision into your life.
His greater purpose for your day.