Wednesday, June 15, 2011
When I think it's going to be a typical day something is always provided for me to write about. Our Amish neighbors wanted a ride to Middlefield to take their dogs to the groomers. Grandpa took them this morning at 8:30 and I drove them this afternoon to pick up the dogs.
On our way back on our road my neighbor noticed a raccoon in a persons yard that didn't look very well. There were two dogs outside barking at it. I asked her if we should turn around and see if the people are home. She said "I'm not getting out of the car" and I said "Me neither".
We decided to take the dogs we had in the car home first. Grandma then went back up the road by myself and see what I could do.
The raccoon was still by the tree lying down and the two dogs ran up to my car. I decided to go to the house and let the people know there was a raccoon in front of their house. I knocked, and knocked, and knocked but no answer. I tried the door and it was open so I let the two dogs in the house and shut the door.
I went to another neighbor next door who had 3 dogs and told him about the raccoon. He said they had shot two other raccoons and they were rabid. Well this one didn't look so hot himself.
The dogs I let in the house found there way back out and chased the raccoon up the tree. That's where I left it. I figured this neighbor could handle it from there.
Since I Am in Christ
I am BORN of God and the evil one cannot touch me.
1 John 5:18---We know that anyone BORN of God does not continue to sin; the one who was born of God keeps him safe, and the evil one cannot harm him.