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Happiness is Sharing

Today is the day I usually think about the happy moments of the week to share with Jamie Ridler and all the other lovelies who join in reporting.  As I'm up early I thought I'd look to see who was on Mr Linky to get a bit of inspiration for my post as today, despite having lots of happy times recently I've been going through a 'rough patch' and I'm finding it a little difficult to shake off these sad feelings!  I know that embracing all of life's ups and downs is part of the deal for living, you can't just have ups there's downs too if you know what I mean?  Anyway the first post did give me a a jolt of inspiration, Suzie spoke about her love of hearts, which struck a chord with me, as I love hearts too, when I was a young girl I loved drawing them, there's something about the shape of them and of-course I was beginning to find out about all things of the heart at that time too!  But today I'm going to re-post my first ever pic on my first ever post because here lies one of the secret happy ingredients of my life - my love who no matter how sad I become he's always consistently cheery and there for me!

Thank you Suzie for the inspiration!

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I wish you all many happy moments.


Ginny said…
What a wonderful picture. It is so nice to have someone who is always there for you. I am not feeling sad today just incredibly tired. Maybe it is the heat. Reading your post has helped me get inspired and so now I am off to write my own. Have a great week full of hearts and smiles.
gina said…
I love your photo! Isn't it great that someone's happy post can inspire us to feel better? That's the wonderful power of this creative tribe. Hope your down is moving up soon...have a happy weekend!
Helen said…
Wow, such a really beautiful image. I'm glad you were inspired to share your now not-so-secret happy ingredient in your life. Have a week full of hearts.
Suzie Ridler said…
You are so very welcome! And what an honour it is to be mentioned, thank you. I know what rough patches are like, been in one for two and a half years now. Still, love always helps, doesn't it? That photo is right up my romantic alley, I LOVE/heart it very much. May our lives become lighter and easier very soon. Happy blessings to you!

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