Tuesday, March 27, 2012

BFF - My Eyes Adored You

I know I've neglected my blogging yet again but the last few days I've spent some time thinking about this and why my enthusiasm for blogging was waning.

And then I had an aha moment ... I need to blog with gratitude, to look at the positive aspects of life, to blog in a way that raises my energetic vibrations and keeps the abundance flowing.  Without these my heart wasn't truly in it.

So starting off on this one ... a great topic to kick start the new blogging routine.

"My eyes adored you,
 Though I never laid a hand on you
 My eyes adored you"

I am so grateful for the lovely men who came into my life and thankful for those yet to come (special friends and one lovely life-soulmate). And even though some were just friends (but very special friends) and others that went further than that but eventually ended, there was always something about these men that at some point in time touched my soul.

So what was it about them that I loved ...

D = Kind, sweet, intelligent, soft spoken and polite, responsible and smart and ever so cute. I loved the sound of his voice.

G = Sweet and so much fun to be with.  He had a gorgeous smile, a twinkle in his eye and he was always happy. I always felt "taken care of" when he was around.

S = Nice eyes.

N = Classy and well mannered.

R = Sweet, interesting, intelligent, smart and athletic. I loved the way he walked.

V = Smart, intelligent, sweet, soft spoken, witty and a great sense of humour.

I am so lucky. At some point in time, and in their own way, each one of these men made me feel like a million bucks.


One of my favourite love quotes is ...
For it was not into my ear you whispered, but into my heart. It was not my lips you kissed, but my soul ~ Judy Garland
But my eyes are yet to adore that man.


In the meantime, enjoy the song by Frankie Valli


Youtube - My Eyes Adored You


Have an awesome day.

Warm Regards
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12 comments:

  1. What a nice post! Your eyes will adore THE one. I think mine adored a lot of not the ones, but eventually they got it right!

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    1. Thanks Jo. I truly look forward to THE ONE. and your comment gives me encouragement and hope. Thank you. love and hugs (I haven't yet worked out how to get the little heart into a comment).

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  2. What a lovely post. My mom is fond of saying my ex was a lovely person, he just wasn't mine. What different people bring to our lives is a revelation and a joy. Good stuff Suzy.

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    1. Thanks GPD. You're mum is a very wise woman. I tell myself the same thing. I think all the different things people bring to our lives makes us grow into better people.

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  3. Some of my very best and longest lasting friends in my life are men. As friends they don't get into all of the catty things women can, and I know there are a lot of women who know exactly what I mean. I was fortunate. My eyes adored a guy when I was in junior high and after a time apart and another marriage for each of us, we got back together and have been married 33 years.

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    1. How awesome to get back together with someone you loved way back in school. D was the one I adored in school. I felt such a connection to him and in some strange way I still do. And oh yes, those girls can meow.

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  4. It's lovely that you can see the good side in everyone, and that you have met people who have warmed your heart (if not stolen it forever!). I love how reflective you are :-)

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    1. Thanks Kat. It took me years to understand that looking at the good side uplifts my soul. The shift only took place in the last 3 years. But I'm trying.

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  5. Such a lovely heart warming post on those loves you had and lost!! Great job!

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Kathy. Glad you liked it.

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  6. Looking at the positives and not the negatives IS good for our soul. You have found the secret to true happiness. Many years ago, I read a statement that never left my mind. It said that one can never be truly happy with another person until they are able to like themselves first. I found that to be true. I know that focusing on the positives brings about that point in time when one finally loves themselves enough to truly love another. (not talking about narcissistic love)

    I love what you did with this topic!

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    1. Thanks Darlene. Liking others and seeing the positive in them is definitely easier than liking ourselves. But you are so right - only when we love ourselves completely, can we truly love another. I just have to keep trying. :)

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