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   Posted 2/15/2010 11:36 PM (GMT -7)   
Good day to all~~

What makes you happy? I mean the kind of happy deep in your heart and soul. Is it exceeding your expectations of yourself? Doing something you didn't think you could do? Finishing a lifelong ambition? Maybe it's seeing a smile on your child's face. What is it that makes your heart sing?

For me it's the ones I love, and the top of that list is hubby. No matter if it's an email during the day, his laughter at the end of a phone call or hearing his car come home at night, he makes my heart keep beating.

What makes you happy all the way down to your toes?
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   Posted 2/16/2010 7:43 AM (GMT -7)   

Sunday I went to see my new puppy that I am getting. She is 3 and a half weeks old now. It was so endearing. She is so sweet and gentle, at least she was when I was there. It made me feel so good just to hold her.

I lost my dog in November this year due to cancer. So this was the first time that I didn't cry when I thought of her. It felt good to know that I will be able to move on.

We sure did miss you while you were gone Chutzie. Glad to have you back. I hope that you had a good time while you were on vacation!!!

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   Posted 2/16/2010 8:02 AM (GMT -7)   
Hope you had a good long weekend Chutzie!!!
Wow, I hope I don't have to stick to one thing here. My family makes me happy and I love when we all can be together. Of course my hubby makes me happy and he also can make me laugh about everyday with a joke he has heard or teasing me (he does a lot of that). My two little dogs makes me happy (most of the time)lol, they are both asleep on the couch with me right now. Seeing my 10 mo old great grandson makes me happy and when he laughs it soothes my soul.
I finally finished the dreaded office closet yesterday morning that I have been working on since the first of the year and that made me very happy. I finally felt like I could move on with my winter to do list so I took everything off the walls in the living room and turning it into a family photo gallery. So accomplishing things in my house makes me very happy.
Unless I'm feeling very bad physically or have a lot of stress in my life I am a happy person by nature.
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   Posted 2/16/2010 9:05 AM (GMT -7)   
My dogs really make me happy inside and out.  It really makes me happy to see and spend time with my niece who is 14 months old, she is just an angel baby.  I also love to cook for people and see them enjoy it.  I'll have to add my hubs in there too.  Good topic!

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   Posted 2/16/2010 2:26 PM (GMT -7)   
Having coffee with a friend makes my heart sing. Getting an email that's not a forward, makes me really happy. My hubby coming home at night makes me very happy....as does seeing my grownup kids who live in another state.
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