Thank you, Etcetera!
From the page: "Happy is a positive emotion. When you feel good or satisfied about someone, something, an event, or an idea, then you may describe yourself as happy. Feeling happy may cause you to relax and/or to smile.
Happy is usually thought of as the opposite of sad, but it is possible feel both at once"
Umm ok, well perhaps not quite that sad!
It's funny how we so often spend so much time trying to achieve some future happiness, that we never get round to those that will lead to now happy.
Pics by : darkness has fallen * Gilles Le Bihan * Jeff Hahn
"I have come to understand my love for you. I came to you like a man, world-weary, looking for a quiet place. The gas station and grocery store, the church, the abandoned school, a few old houses, the river with its cool shady spots . . . . good fishing. How I've longed for a place like this! As soon as I got here I knew I'd found it. Tomorrow the set production and camera crews arrive. We can begin filming on Monday: the story of a man looking for a quiet place."
Sometimes the light when evening fails
stains all haystacked country and hills,
runs the cornrows and clasps the barn
with that kind of color escaped from corn
that brings to autumn the winter word--
a level shaft that tells the world:
It is too late now for earlier ways;
now there are only some other ways,
and only one way to find them--fail.
In one stride night then takes the hill.
in the view, with rooms
once of them at least
decorated with plumes
(the blue! the blue!)
from timbuktu, I've just returned
bringing hot cream teas
and iced cherry scones
pass the tea, s'il vous plait?
oh! and how could I have forgotten, the cowcumber sarnies!
Pink Kat :)
Edit: Interesting. If you visit this page using IE, the "frame color" for the last three entries are darker pink, mother blue, and dark purple (top to down) which goes well with the images. But if you are using Firefox (and of course you are!) the frames look all the same dirty yellow. How come are they being rendered differently, it is the same old HTML??!
A perfect world? Like, in present perfect tense? Well, okay then.
We like this.
Silver stops by to say "wuv you guys" too. :)
[ S t r a y B i r d s #4 - Rabindranath Tagore]
"It is the tears of the earth that keep her smiles in bloom"
A tree house.
A free house.
A secret you and me house.
A high up in the leafy branches.
A happy as can be house.
A street house.
A neat house.
A be sure to wipe your feet house,
is not the kind of house for me.
Let's go and live in a treehouse.
by Shel Silverstein
I think theirs is a bit bigger than ours, and they have a tower...
We should have a tower too! :D