I figure the Lord is already here. He’s been here eternally. Even at the intersection of Morse Rd. and Cleveland Ave., (this billboard was up there last December) although I wouldn’t want to be there after dark.
Sheena did well at her vet appointment. Her surgery is scheduled for June 22. I am glad our regular Vet will be assessing her this time and will send the offending growth out for biopsy. She seems to think these growths are benign, but that any strange mammary growth should be removed as a precaution. I want it gone because of where it is. Mammary cancer is not as frightening and deadly in dogs as it normally is in cats, but I’m not letting it get out of control- if that’s even what it is. With dogs, 50% of mammary growths are benign, and even those that are cancerous are usually not metastatic cancers. Even so, possible cancer is enough to be paranoid about.
I do believe what the Bible says about the End of Days. I am not so confident in people who want to play with numerology, funky ancient calendars or manipulating Bible verses out of context to make them support outlandish claims. The clearest thing in the Bible regarding the End of Days is that we can’t know when it’s going to occur, and we shouldn’t really try. Any day might be my personal last, so all I can do is the best I can, and I’ll have to trust in the grace of God for anything and everything along the way.
I think it’s kind of funny how we went from annihilation by the Impending Ice Age to extinction via Global Warming in the span of less than thirty years. It goes to show that science is not always right, and that the hubris of humanity is the third most plentiful element in the universe, right behind shit and stupidity. Are we blatantly arrogant enough to think that the future existence of the planet is contingent upon whether we drive our cars or bury them? The greenies haven’t made what I feel to be a coherent argument as to why I should exchange toilet paper for washable cloths either.
No human being is more than a slight electrical charge away from physical death at any given time anyway. The only thing between me- or anyone else for that matter- and the Dirt Nap, is that spark that tells the heart to keep beating. That’s a good reason not to put too much into this world and what it has to offer, because you’re going to spend a lot more time in the next. Some things are for forever, but most things aren’t. The challenge in this life is to learn the difference.
So we can hope people might put a lid on the doomsday soothsaying- at least until 12-21-12, that is. Methinks barring personal calamity or God having different plans than mine for my sorry carcass, that I will wake up on 12-22-12 and I’ll still have to get Christmas candy for my niece and nephew so that they can get (much to my sister’s distaste) their chocolate fix on Christmas Day.
I hate motorcycles. I really do. Clara is very disturbed by the bikers that tool up and down Stygler Rd. with their loud exhausts blaring. I wish the bikers would stick their loud pipes where the sun don’t shine. I don’t like things that disturb my dogs.