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RIP Charlie

Bring Your Beagle to Work Day

My sweet charlie boy

The day started with a bit of coffee at Creperie Cafe where Charlie rebuked a corgi mix and a jogging sinner or two. Once in the office, he modeled godly behaviors such as sitting and staying and began storing up treats in his tummy where neither moth nor rust can destroy and where thieves can not break in and steal.

In time, a local parishioner, Cocker Spaniel Micaiah, stopped in for counseling.

Beagle and Cocker Spaniel
Beagle and Cocker Spaniel

Naturally, Charlie consulted The Prophets.

The session was so successful that it led to a spontaneous choral offering.

Beagle and Cocker Spaniel
Sleeping Beagle

When Michaiah went forth to prophesy, Charlie observed Sabbath. And it was good.

RIP Charlie, 6-7-2014. RIP Micaiah, 5-19-2017







About the Author Aileen Lawrimore

Aileen Mitchell Lawrimore is a mother x 3, wife x 28 (years not men), minister, speaker, writer, retreat leader, and lover of beagles and books. She has a lot to say.

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Len Carrier says February 12, 2014

I think dogs are smarter than people and that without them we'd all be the poorer. My daughter tells me that dogs are great for helping Down's kids verbalize better. The kid knows that if he/she makes a mistake, the dog will not offer a correction.

    Aileen Lawrimore says February 12, 2014

    So true Len, so true!

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