It's Sunday night and I'm feeling happy.
Happiness is kiddos who no longer ask what's for dessert.
They already know we're having apple oatmeal cake (topped with semi-sweet chocolate chips of course).
Happiness is knowing that no matter how much things change, kids' crafts remain the same.
I got this circa 1974 craft book at our library book sale.
Happiness is spying my febrile girlie (who spent the day in her pajamas) enjoying some restful quiet time.
Happiness is playing with gorgeous, simple, handmade toys that entertain children of all ages.
Because when kiddos tire of playing the intended game they make up their own rules and keep right on playing. Thank you Tonya.
Happiness is the opportunity to play with super cool fabrics for this months 12 squared quilting bee.
Happiness is when my ten-year-old son takes a photo of me for no reason at all.
He borrowed my camera to take a picture of an ice crystal formation in the woods. He said he took this picture because he wanted to know what i was thinking. I told him that it was fifty degrees out, the sun was shining, my kiddos were playing a game in the woods, and the birds were chirping all around - and I was thinking how happy I was.
What is making you happy today?