The first creation of blogging with my furry friends. We want you to know how much GOD loves you and how very special you are to HIM! We look foward to many days of blogging with you.
Andrea and "The Perdue Zoo"

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Do You Need A Translator?

Smile and the world smiles back at you! Howl and the world looks on with amazement. My four paws take me many places. My voices calls attention from all who hear me.

Is your voice pleasant?

Who is listening?

The beautiful butterfly commands our vision as she flutters about. She reveals the beauty of GODS presence without ever saying a word. God painted my furry body beautifully and gave me a voice, too. Lately, mom and I have been discussing how I use my voice! I find it a bit convicting. When I howl it can be taken the wrong way. Sometimes it scares humans. I mean it for good, yet they don't get it. Mom has to tell them, "He is speaking malamute. He is saying Hi and wants you to pet him!" Mom is my translator.

Do you have a translator?

Are you able to convey your heart of love to others?

Woofs and Wags,



Emma Rose said...

I can see how some humans might not understand Malamute! Ha! If only they could speak the same language, it would be a much better world for everyone to live in.

Emma Rose

Cathy said...

So cute and sweet, Sitka

Just Be Real said...

Wonderful. Blessings.

Unknown said...

A very sweet post, Sitka. Sometimes we do need a translator in order to let others to understand us more. Glad you've one!

Elizabeth Mahlou said...

We used to have a Malamute dog named Tok. We learned to understand him. How nice that you have an interpreter!

Denise said...

Such a sweet post.

Edie said...

You are a beautiful furry creation of God and I have no doubt that He gave you a wonderful voice to match. I'm glad He also gave you a mom who can speak Malamute. Not everyone can do that. :)

Have missed you Sitka! I hope you're taking good care of your mom!

Patti Hanan said...

I found your blog while browsing through friends blogs. I love animals. I am a Hokie, too! Class of '74. I joined your follower list. I hope you will come visit me at Grateful Heart, Read my post, "Way to go, Jack." I'm sure you and Sitka will like it!