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Celebrate the Small Things *smiley face*

Yes! So happy it's Friday, and so happy to celebrate! In a world where it can be so dark and depressing, we all need little things that keep us a float and puts a smile on our face.

Today, I celebrate:

1.  Air conditioning when it's hot.
2. Swimming pools in the summer.
3. A washing machine that works:)
4. Family night.


5. YOU! If it wasn't for your faithful visits to my blog, I would have given up so long ago. I can count of certain ones who I know, without a doubt, will stop by my blog, offer a hug and smile, along with words of encouragement. And really, I don't even know you, never met you. But I do appreciate your kindness and thoughtfulness and I want to say...

Thank you.



  1. We won't let you give up!
    I could not live in the South without air conditioning.

  2. Swimming pools and air conditioning - definitely need celebrating in summer.

  3. We haven't had to turn on the air yet, but it'll happen soon! Right now we're enjoying the late spring sunshine. :)

  4. Air conditioning is lovely, and swimming pools are absolute bliss!

  5. That's a great list of things to celebrate! As much as I hate doing laundry, I have to celebrate the fact that I have the ability to get it done.

  6. Since today was laundry day around here, I'm joining with you in celebrating a working washer! Yay!

  7. I'm still not celebrating a washing machine that works. If I'm lucky the repair guy is coming today with the new part! I'm almost out of clean undies!


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