Providence

Stu at Something to Stu Over has brought back the Alphabet Post Challenge. 👏👏👏

Read how this challenge was born here 👉 post.

Thanks Stu! 😎

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~PETS~

I believe it was divine providence that placed this beautiful girl into our lives. She came to us with the name Princess. For some reason, my youngest didn’t like that name. She renamed her Baby.

We were blessed with her presence for 11 glorious years.

Six months after Baby passed, my youngest insisted I needed another pet/fur baby. I insisted that I did not. But she wouldn’t have it any other way. So we have Chester~Chess for short. I also call him Buddy. I almost gave up on him in his chewing stage! He’s finally grew out of it.

~Don’t let the innocent look fool you, folks, I can chew a door facing down to a pencil! 😂~

~Always the innocent Bystander😂~

~Partners In Crime~

~Grace is a regular Bossy Boots, but when it comes nap time, she’s a regular ole’ softie~

~Chess plotting his next attack on his victim….*cough*–Grace 😝

~Praying Mantis~

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Here are the guidelines:

Acknowledge the blogger that challenged you.

Display the challenge photo or create your own 🙂

Link back to this post so I can read yours.

Create one post or multiple posts, as I did, using a word that starts with each letter of the alphabet and share your thoughts on the word you chose and how it can be applied to our lives.

Be creative! Use words, pictures, gifs…whatever just have fun. 🙂

Nominate/tag as many bloggers as you would like to participate.

I nominate: (If she wants to participate!)

Ilona

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