If We Looked Upon

73 thoughts on “If We Looked Upon

    1. Still waiting to hear about the test results. I called this morning but he was eating … he eats very slowly. I spoke to an aid, but other then that … still no word. *deep breath* I’m doing OK. Really. I just have to remember to breathe. I’ll let you know as soon as I hear. Thank you for your concern. Love, Mom BonZo

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      1. The waiting must be very hard. We’re so sorry you have to go through this, but please know we’re thinking of you and your family. We’re purring and praying for your daddy to get better soon! (((BIG HUGS))) Roxy & Tigerlino ❤

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      2. My Dad is going for a PET scan tomorrow because a dark spot showed up on his Cat scan on his right hip. They now are thinking his prostate CA that was under control, may have spread. We will know more tomorrow. My Dad is tired but in good spirits. I spoke with him on the phone today. Bless you for your Love. (((HUGS))) MB

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      3. Oh no! We’re so sorry to hear this! This must be very hard for you! The human’s dad passed away from thyroid cancer. So she knows what you’re going through. But please don’t give up hope. There’s still a chance the scan might come up with good results. We’ll be thinking of you and praying for a miracle to happen!! (((BIG HUGS and MUCH LOVE))) Roxy & Tigerlino & the human ❤

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  1. I think we need to remember the past as it armors us against repeatedly making the same mistakes but we do not need to focus on it or as you said it will prevent us from going forward.

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    1. Asariel, I could not agree with you more. We learn from our past “mistakes” as we move forward in life. That is how we lay a new foundation down instead of the one that had been there previously. Bless you for your comment. Thank you. Love, Amy

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    1. Absolutely, Val, and sometimes it really and I mean really is not easy to do. As humans, we tend to want to cling to our comfort zone, and NOT be pushed out of it. Even if that means clinging onto something that could be classified as junk. Great comment, Val! Love, Amy

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  2. It’s beautiful Amy. I love seeing roses in winter, and the beauty of your words makes them bloom with more radiance than ever before. Love from Kentucky, Angie

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    1. Chris, you do not cease to amaze me at the depth that is in you. Sounds to me as if you yourself have quite a lot of wisdom from Life itself. Why do you think Roses have thorns? In order to appreciate that Beauty, pain is part of the plan. Or something like that. Love, Amy

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  3. I do agree we leave pain upon the earth, sometimes in our personal lives, too. this was very beautifully written and touching, too. I hope to see us become more aware, as we age in our personal lives and as the world gets more aware, too. Hugs, Amy for this lovely photo and words, too.

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    1. Thank you, Robin. As we all become more aware as a species, hopefully this world will once again, know Love, and in so doing, this world will change for the better. (((HUGS))) right back to you, my friend. I am so glad my work speaks to you as it does. I am honored. Love, Amy

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