Karen, at This Old House 2, sent A Box Of Happy when my name was randomly drawn. The box of Lindt chocolates are in my refrigerator so when I hope the door, their smiling, quirky faces greet me like a perfect day. Go ahead, I’m sure you’ve thought it…HEY! You looking at ME??? -smile-
If there’s one thing that instantly brings me happiness, it’s bubbles. The above are Miracle Bubbles, no less and designed, so I think, to bring instant happy. The note cards have already been put to good use as has the Burt’s Bees lip balm. My cuticles and my lips take a direct hit when I’m stressed and, right now, my face and hands look like the dogs have been gnawing on them. Sorry you had to read that but it’s true. If I get any more stressed out, I’m going to pop a cog.
The insulated glass, with straw, is great! I keep a glass of water going all day long and it’s ever so much more pleasant to drink from a pretty glass than an ugly glass. Karen, thank you; you’ve added joy to my “underfull” of joy day.
After being missing for a few days, I’m going to be missing for a few more days. Dave’s cousin is coming and I’m headed to a hotel room to sleep, sleep, sleep. I’ll have to take a bit of work with me, trying to catch up -haha- but the main purpose is to try and relax, de-stress and work/pray through the anxiety. I’ve been 24/7 since August and if I don’t take a break, my body and/or mind will break and I don’t want that. Dave is doing a tad better, thank God, and we’re hoping he’ll continue to improve; so now is the time to take care of me. Hopefully, you’re taking care of you as well.
Blessings ~ Dave’s cousin ~ sleep ~ a box of Happy ~ chocolate ~ Karen ~
Soli Deo Gloria,
Leave a Reply