October 30, 2013

Happiness is ______ {Week 24} #happinessis

I missed last week, so I'm going to try not to overload y'all today.  Despite how tiring and frustrating the past two weeks have been, they have equally been filled with happiness.  That's one of the things I love about myself.  Did that sound conceited?  I hope not.  I love the fact that I can take all the crap that goes on in life and find a positive.  There is always hope.  The day I lose that...I'm done.  I refuse!  So on to the happy things.

Happiness is Soccer!  He doesn't sit still for long.  But I love hearing him scream "GO BUBBAS"  mostly because I love seeing his brother smile.


Happiness is walking in to the imaging office and greeted by my tech who immediately asks how my boys are doing.  He and I have been doing this for the last 5 years.  He told me he was getting worried because its almost been a year.  He was relieved to know that the reason I haven't been back is because I am stable enough to move to once a year scans instead of twice or three times a year.  I'm always so nervous until I'm in the machine and I hear his voice come though the headphones reminding me to breath!  Good medical care, personal care, can make all the difference!


Happiness is the breakfast with this little man.  Just about every morning we sit here and have fried egg sandwiches.  This day, we switched it up for scrambled and toast.  But starting the day off quiet and eating always makes for a smoother morning!


Happiness is three very tired pups at the end of the day.  Its been crazy with a puppy in the house.  But I have never seen my boys sleep so much.  Its almost kinda nice.  David said to me the other night that 3 dogs is just right!  OH BOY!


Happiness is handing over the kitchen to an 8 year old.   This boy made some awesome smiley face pepperoni pizzas. They tasted just as good as they looked.  He took his role very seriously!


Happiness is having friends who are as passionate, well more passionate about saving dogs than I am.  My friend found Junior tied to a street pole on the side of the highway.  He had very bad demodex mange, his eyes were infected and he would have died there.  She is now fostering him.  I got to go over the other day and help give him a bath, and today I took pictures for her to share online to help find him a forever family! When she first got him, he was unsure about everything.  Today he was a whole different dog.  He is happy!


What brought you happiness this week?  Stop by Crazy Adventures in Parenting and see what happiness others are sharing!  

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