People tend to believe the world owes them something. The world did not sign a contract or agreement that it owed you anything for being born. That was a blessing. Count your many blessings. Name them one by one. See what the Lord had done. I count my blessings every day. From the least to the most.
There is not a day that I don’t thank God for my animals. At work, I feed the birds. They are very obedient to me. If they try to walk into traffic, trying to follow me, I tell them to fly across the street and they obey. I also feed the outside cats. They know what time I leave and come home. It’s like they have a watch.
I truly want to thank the people at Eastern Market for taking time to acknowledge me and donate to me. Most of all, letting their dogs become friends with me and spending time with me. I look forward to my weekends. One dog-Murphy-has my undivided attention, and he tries to make sure I give him the same. When he sees me, he pulls his owner down the street to me.
My customers at Farragut North Metro station and the ones I met on the corner where Gerald works were so kind to me while I took over for Gerald when he was out for a while.
Thank you! My blessings and prayers are always with you. I love you all from the bottom of my heart.