If you’ve followed my blogs for awhile, you know that one of my dorky traits, is that I like collecting heart-shaped rocks. They make me smile.
I was out looking for some the other day, right after a rain. I didn’t find any heart-shaped rocks, but I did find two heart-shaped wet spots on rocks, from the light rain. And that made me smile.
Here’s one of them:
(You can click on it, to make it larger if you can’t see the heart.)
I really believe that we should look for reasons to be happy. Don’t just wait around, hoping happiness will fall from the sky and bump you on the head. Actively look for reasons to be happy.
Today is Valentine’s Day, a holiday that some people love and other people hate. Many say that Valentine’s Day is not a “real” holiday. Well, who’s to say what is, or is not, a real holiday?
Of course I don’t give Valentine’s Day the sort of importance that I give Christmas or Easter. But I enjoy Valentine’s Day. It’s fun.
And it can be fun even if you don’t have a romantic partner in your life. You can share something happy and kind with anyone you love.
I love my husband, my children, my family, my friends and my readers. I wish you all a Happy Valentine’s Day!
We could make up a “Happy Sunshine Day” to celebrate happy sunny days, and I’d be cool with that too.
I’m cool with virtually any reason to be happy.
Life is way too stressful.
Enjoy the little stuff.
It doesn’t have to be a big production. It certainly doesn’t have to be commercialized, or expensive.
Just have a little fun.
So with that in mind…
Happy Valentine’s Day!