Lwoods4's Blog

Posted on: December 6, 2010

I know a lot of people who hate the word moist.  I hate the word happy.  I think a lot of people try way to hard to be happy.  I would include myself in this.  I want to be happy in life, but I don’t necessarily know what happy means.  Is it having a family? A successful job? A big house? No money worries? As a whole, I think we need to stop worrying so much about being happy and spend more time doing things we find fun and being with people we care about. When we stop worrying about it so much, happiness will come.

I do like the word pancake!

ONE MORE STAR!!! FINALLY!!!! I swear I’ve reached 30 and Starbucks is fooling me.  The last 3 stars have gone by so slowly, but I’m almost there!


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  • BFF: LOVE this post. The third picture is my favorite and really resonates with me. Instead of comparing our lives to those of others, we should be immense
  • Cindy Friesen: Im so glad you are having fun! I cant wait to see pictures! Have you had a Paini yet or a Crepe?! How about Tapas and Paella? Or Sangria!!!! Are you g
  • Kiersten Trillhaase: You can have this AND a Mastiff or Great Dane, but you cannot choose it over the other dogs- I will not let you. P.S. Love the post about skyping


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