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05 August 2010

Some in the Dusk Abstract Equine Art Contemporary Horse Oil Painting by Texas Artist Laurie Pace

'Some in the Dusk'
30 x 40  Oil on Canvas
Just painted and SOLD!
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   © Laurie Justus Pace     Graphics One Design 2010



I have to share the story of early this morning.  The dog was up and down all night with allergies...skin broken out and massive scratching. We did not go to bed until after midnight trying to rub tea tree oil on his skin.  About four in the morning something went crash outside the bedroom window.  The dog woke up, Terry work up and I was awake but not out of bed. I wanted to sleep.  Terry took Paddy outside and immediately the scared dog took off into the dark. Not a normal move for the dog. He is usually hiding out behind Terry's legs.   

Terry rambled back in and found his flashlight to look for the dog.  Still barefoot, he carefully followed the patio walk toward the hot tub shining his little mag light in the night.  (It is really dark out here)  As he stealthily tiptoed in front of the gazebo, he leaned to the side to flash his light next to the hot tub and two eyes lit up in the light only a few feet from him.  He jumped in the air terrified not knowing what it was...and he whirled around and took off for the backdoor.  About that time Paddy came around the back of the tub and flew through the side rails on the gazebo leaping onto the grass also heading for the back door.  

It was Paddy's eyes that terrified Terry and Terry's light terrified Paddy. The two ended up falling over each other coming through the back door.  Terry was trying to convince me it was a raccoon out there. I could buy that as they want to eat my fish food in the bucket. But then he tried to convince me a raccoon could be as big as Paddy.  I don't know. Is that true? Paddy is knee high and about 50 pounds.  Do raccoons get that big?

The moral of this story is not to trust your light shining, only trust His.   (Read the verse below...)


Laurie

“This is what the LORD says, he who made the earth, the LORD who formed it and established it—the LORD is his name: 'Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.”- Jeremiah 33:2-3

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