Chocolate.70's RockReally good moviesReally scary moviesA book I can't put down until I am blindGrandkids saying I love you
A book that you simply cannot put down.ChocolateSeeing a movie that makes me cry.Listening to my son on the guitar à l'improviste.Celebrating Sinterklaas (the original and far better Santa!) Making a walk down townDriving somewhere touristic with hubbyGoing to a flea market and find that perfect bargain.Mmmm I think I'm going to visit Coco: I just don't have any grandkids and she doesn't know Sinterklaas but otherwise...Thanks for inspiration Linda!
You're a girl after my own heart - I love your list! I'm too tired to think of my own list right now - just got finished mowing our big lawn. But I enjoyed yours!
The smell of burning leaves - Fall!Finding that old box of buttons at the estate saleNew clogsCake
Happiness is...friends on my porch with a good glass of wine...husband asking me out on a date...children enjoying each other's company... reading thoughtful blog entries like yours!
I'm with you on Diane Keaton,Louis Armstrong, and cute kids! My first visit--enjoyed it!
I love how you put the vintage bra advertisement at the end!! Thanks for the chuckle and all of the wonderful pics!! :)~ Wendyhttp://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/
Your post:) I did not know that about currants.
Those tiny champagne grapes caught my attention at Costco. They were so incredibly sweet and perfect-looking that I was accused by family and visitors of displaying plastic fruit.By the way, really nice fake fruit does in fact make me pretty happy. I have some pretty awesome fuzzy kiwis that never spoil :)
Hello Linda,I love Champagne grapes and eat them every Summer!~ Gabriela ~
glowsticks and cupcakes :)xoxo
Good one on happiness and it helps a lot.Thanks,Karim - Mind Power
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