Happiness Comes From Contentment.

On a beautiful evening this week I boiled some water and when I opened my packet of tea it said this…



For some reason, these words seemed so true and wonderful to me.  Happiness really is being content in your life.  I am lucky to be one of those people who feels truly content.  For me, life has the perfect balance of love and adventure.  And, while I dearly miss my friends and family back in Illinois and Michigan, I know that they love the adventures that I am having for myself.  My wanderlust and need to fill my life with adventures is just part of my genetic makeup.



The above picture shows a bit of my contentment with life.  My gardening tools stacked on the side of the house with rain boots and  the flowers that Cody picked and placed in a vase for me.  The little things in life really cause me to feel very inspired and very loved.



Finally, I leave you all with this snapshot.  I took it while walking Specks early one morning.  The sun was rising over the mountains and the whole channel was bathed in color.  The only noise I could hear was the gulls down by the waters edge.  It was a beautiful moment and I was lucky to capture it on my camera.  I hope everyone gets to experience a moment like this throughout their week.


Questions:
What quote do you find inspirational?
Do you take the time to appreciate the little things in your life? 
What is something "little" that makes your day brighter? 

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  1. “Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” ~Leonardo da Vinci
    I try to appreciate all the little things in life... Nature and children in particular make me smile! :-)

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    1. Nature and children are two of my favorites as well. Both are wonderfully innocent and unspoiled. And, both are an adventure in their own ways ;)

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