And you are always such an encouragement to me, Blue and Ruby. And now…Rain!!
Your compassion is so admirable you are truely tremendous
It sure is. Really remarkable the unconditional love they display and how they can heal us through things no person could.
It’s funny how much animals teach us and help us through life isn’t it
Thank you Mark! I always looked at people who rescued animal from the side of a road or highway as kind of super heroes. Now I have my cape:-) I first heard the story about Mephibosheth from a friend when I recounted the story of my father’s less than perfect upbringing to him and how it impacted my father’s life. My friend responded that although we can have many bad people hurt us when we are young, we are still loved by the King and perfect in His eyes. We are crippled in our perception of ourselves only:-) This little kitty brought that whole lesson home to me again!
Lovely story— talk about an exciting rescue! I especially liked the part where you dodged across five lanes of busy traffic, leaped across a 10-foot manhole, and, and… well, I may have confused a few details, but it was pretty exciting, that’s for sure… : )
I wasn’t familiar with the story of Mephibosheth. Excellent, as was your call to let go of any perceived disability, and see ourselves worthy of living fully and being loved.
Great post, Tracey— you are a force for good in the universe!
I really miss having animals around to remind me how good life is