I am posting a picture of the world's dumbest dog. I mean it. What you see him doing in this picture is all he does. He stares. Oh, and he might sit for you. Maybe. If he feels like it. Sometimes I try my best to get him to shake and his eyes get really big like, "Oh no. The human is talking to me again. I just. can't. understand. what. she's. saying!!"
When talking about Kirby's latest adventure (or lack thereof) our friend Shane said it best when he said, "I never believed that a dog could have a learning disability until I met Kirby." Rob did discover him in Texas so we tried speaking simple commands in Spanish to see if anything rang a bell, but no, that wasn't the problem either.
We love Kirby. We really do. But I decided to post this because I sat down at the computer after working all day and I told the dogs to go outside. Meg picked up her toy and ran to the backyard and Kirby stared at me. I told Kirby again and he stared at me. I drug him by the collar to the backyard and watched him relieve himself. I told them to come back in. Meg picked up her toy and ran to her bed. Kirby stared at me. He is now in the backyard wondering still what that human meant with those crazy words.
A family of red heads. Of course. And quite a fun one at that. Oh, and our last name is Webster. Hence the name, "The Red Webs." You may now proceed with your blog surfing.
I desire nothing more than a relationship with Jesus Christ. I am a constant Proverbs 31 work in progress. I have seen Gone With the Wind 50 times, watched every episode of I Love Lucy, and read the Anne of Green Gables series more times than I can count. That says a lot. Far too much, actually.
"For when your faith is tested, your endurance has a chance to grow. So let it grow, for when your endurance is fully developed, you will be strong in character and ready for anything. If you need wisdom-if you want to know what God wants you to do-ask him, and he will gladly tell you. He will not resent your asking."