(Vivienne is chasing her happy in artificial snow, that’s right, it was 72 degrees out, hence the lack of coat!)
This past weekend was my birthday and I also consider it a “new year”.
That concept is a lot easier to sell in January, but I digress.
In general, I am a pretty happy person and “chase my happy” on the regular but of late, given the aforementioned tsunami of stress and setbacks, I have been having a hard time “finding my happy” and then this past weekend while observing a friend eat her nachos with “dancing fingers” heard her say, “I should get a napkin”, another friend, observing this said, “chase your happy” and it just struck me as such a great phrase so it’s sticking with me as I cast about to consider what to write about this week.
Me “chasing my happy” means asking friends and family to “bring kindness back on my birthday”
My goal is to make acts of kindness commonplace, not random- Professor Haston
On my birthday, my sweet husband made it possible for me to experience something I didn’t even know I wanted…
I am now a bonafide Disney Princess!!!
Any princess worth her salt, has birds that land on her hand, right?
It was a super fun time and watching Viv chase “her happy” with ALL the fish was pretty cool. “Finding Dory” is a frequently watched movie in our house.
So as we hit the midway mark to the week (tomorrow), I have this to ask…
What are you doing to “chase your happy”?
Think About It.