MaggieMoose Swims In The Sea of Love

 

Maggie’s pawsability thought for the day:

“Just like a sunbeam can’t separate itself from the sun, and a wave can’t separate itself from the ocean,
we can’t separate ourselves from one another.
We are all part of a vast sea of love….”
 

 
  It is Tuesday. Love Day. Maggie and I are Facebook friends with St. Joseph’s Indian School in South Dakota. This school all about making a difference for Lakota (Sioux) kids in need. Without financial support these amazing kids might be homeless, hungry and living in abusive situations. We feel their love across the miles. We send our love and support back to them. Maggie and I love that at while living at St. Joseph’s Indian School their are able to experience the love of learning their Lakota (Sioux) culture. Weekly on the St. Joseph’s Indian School Facebook page they have a “Lakota word” for the day. Maggie is learning quite a few new words. Thank you kids! One of our favorite words is Wacantoognaka (Wah chan tay ogna kay) = Generosity/Generous with the Heart ♥ Maggie likes to be generous with her heart. She shares her love of twigs with me, her tennis balls, and her 50 lb. body as she plops down on me. If we are all in a sea of love Maggie thinks the least we can do is plunge in and swim with a generous heart….

Maggie sharing the twig love
To Help & Make A Difference please contact: http://stjo.org

 

 

5 comments to MaggieMoose Swims In The Sea of Love

  • Animalcouriers  says:

    St Joseph’s Indian School sounds wonderful – we popping by to visit them.

  • maggiemoosetracks  says:

    Maggie likes that! Woof Woof! :)

  • Clowie  says:

    They sound very interesting – I will visit them on Facebook.

  • maggiemoosetracks  says:

    It is a wonderful place for kids in need of a bright today, and tomorrow! :)

  • Bella Remy Photography  says:

    Wonderful love fest for Maggie ! What a fun and worthy thing to be a part of. I know the children love and appreciate all the slobbering kisses Maggie gives them.

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