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Dr. Kennie Reeves: Waiting for permission

How do you know when it's okay to let go?

When she was in the fourth grade, Kennie Lamming's grandmother's cow was going to have twins. Kennie wanted to watch. However, it was her bedtime, and she wasn't allowed to participate. She was angry and decided to learn to help so she could watch all the births she wanted and even participate in some.

"Actually, I believe that was the first time the Holy Spirit spoke to me about becoming a veterinarian," Kennie Reeves said.

Reeves has been our animal doctor for 30 years, arriving in Dayton with her husband, Chuck, in 1990; the same year Melissa and I arrived in the valley. It seemed like time...

 

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