Nearly a pink blossom
Nearly a graduate
Nearly a cozy fire
Nearly a peach
Nearly at the end
Nearly one year out
Nearly fifty-one years old
Did you happen to notice?
To the right of this post–way up at the top–there is a box that says “A Million Things To Be Happy About.” That was the place where you could click and read our huge list of things that make us happy. But not just us…you guys as well. We’ve tried very hard to add the happy comments to our list each time someone has left them.
Well, now it’s changed a bit. We have moved the “List” to a tab above. Look up, you’ll see it.” But the best part is that we’ve added your happy thoughts to the scrolling list at the top right side of this page. Look to the right…see it? Each quote will appear for about 8 seconds before randomly displaying another. Oh, I’ve added four or five of my own–if they were particularly brilliant, but for the most part, they are all yours. Don’t worry–only the first names will be posted.
If you’d like to be part of our scrolling happy list–all you have to do is add what makes you happy to this post—now, and any other time we are collecting. We’ll add your thoughts to the display and to the main “List.” Our goal is to inspire others to see the joy and beauty that is there, around them, all the time–if they will just look.
After all…happiness is a choice.
Please tell us…we’d love to share!
So we have this very sweet, very happy, very rubbery baby dolly at our house.
Believe it or not, she smiles allll the time and she’s even starting to laugh–a lot.
The funny thing is–I can’t really prove it, because whenever I point the camera at her…
…she stops whatever she’s doing–laughing, and smiling included—
and stares into the lens.
She’s fascinated by it.
Which makes it hard to show you what an incredible smile she has…unless…
we can point and snap the shot really fast…
before she goes back into the “zone.”
I think I love this baby’s smile so much because it’s one I’m very familiar with.
Pretty sure her mama had it first.
So there we were at the grocery store, minding our own business…
when from out of nowhere, a whole busload of Easter candy jumped into our cart. Now, if it had been full priced Easter candy we would have said, “Back, foul vermin! Be gone!”
But upon closer inspection, we found it to be 50-75% off. Oh, and the Cadbury Eggs–8/$1. Yeah…8.
So instead, we said, “You poor little unwanted, homeless Easter candy. Come with us and live happily ever after.”
So they did.
Of course, we don’t intend to eat it all…you know…by ourselves, or anything.
That would be silly.
We could easily share with anyone…if the mood strikes us. :]
Here’s a bonus too. As we were at the checkout–the cashier guy says, “Hey…ahhh…you can have one of those Easter Jello molds too. Take a couple, because you bought so much stuff. It’s free.”
I say, “Free? Why?”
The wise guy leans in closer like he’s sharing his locker combination, and says, “Cause…
Joke’s on him.
I just smiled and said,
“Not at our place, Skippy.”
4 cans tomato soup, 1 10 lb powdered milk