As I have saturated this blog with floral springiness of every sort imagineable over the past two posts, I thought I would show you some things that are teeny, tiny happinesses. . .and they have nothing to do with flowers.
Tonight I went to yoga. We did LOTS of breathing. . .and some laughing too. Yoga is not really KNOWN for its attention to laughing, but I can’t help but make light every so often. Thankfully my yoga instructor appreciates my “bright spirit.” Anyway. . .AFTER yoga was a long story. . .but all of that breathing does good, good things because Tony took one look at me and said, “You look RADIANT.” And it was not said in a complimentary tone. . .but one of surprise–like “what exactly did you DO in that yoga class????” I chose to take it as a compliment anyway. Oxygen. It does a body good.
Victoria and I made a trip into a nearby town. . .and ended up not needing to have made the trip. . .so we stopped to buy a battery and a can opener on the way home and also ended up with the following:
On the way home, she was holding her card and said, “Mommy? This looks like something Mrs. Stephanie would do.” I totally agree. . .and this will show you why. . .
I ended up with something too. I LOVE me some brown leather. My idea of the perfect outfit is a comfy pair of brown leather shoes with denim crop pants or skirt and a cute, white top. Happiness. Dull–but I just LOVE it. I seriously doubt that these would qualify as leather, HOWEVER, you just CANNOT pass up something this cute for the price. . .LOVE THEM.
Not a great shot, but look at this pair of cardinal spouses eating bird seed that had fallen onto the ground. I was far away using my zoom lense, and it was dusk, so the shot is bad, but I loved watching them.
And these are not TECHNICALLY flowers–even though they bear a striking resemblance to such. . .