They chose the high road for the beautiful view and complete peace of mind. #humpdayhaiku And if you’re following along, here are the previous haiku in the story: Who would’ve thought that a walk down a long driveway would change her life so. Nervous yet hopeful. She knew she was on her own. She fought… [Read More…]
Today is World Smile Day, a “holiday” started by Harvey Ball, the artist behind the smiley face in attempt to have one day where his iconic creation “knows no politics, no geography and no religion.” As I’ve written here in the past, a smile is quite possibly the easiest and best way to give. Think about… [Read More…]
Though your words still hurt It’s only temporary I am whole again #humpdayhaiku Make my day and leave a comment in the form of a haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables)
Hammock in the yard Summer is that much better Cannot wait to write #humpdayhaiku Bonus points for comments written in the form of haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables), as per usual.
There have been many times, particularly after going through divorce, where I have talked to my kids about cultivating happiness. Even when things are going wrong and everything seems to be falling apart around us, I tell them we can choose happiness. We have that power. In Simple Giving, I talk about how having meaningful… [Read More…]