Wednesday, 23 April 2014

100 Happy Days: Day 1

I've signed up for another challenge!
 
I blame Karen - she posted a link to 100 Happy Days on Facebook this morning and, before I'd even finished my first mug of coffee, I'd signed up for it!  I'd been looking for another daily challenge to take over when the A to Z Challenge finishes at the end of this month and this seemed like a good one.
 
To quote the 100 Happy Days website:
 
"We live in times when super-busy schedules have become something
to boast about. While the speed of life increases, there is less and less
time to enjoy the moment that you are in. The ability to appreciate
 the moment, the environment and yourself in it, is the base for
the bridge towards long  term happiness of any human being."
 
To complete the challenge, all I have to do is post one picture a day of something that made me happy that day ... for 100 days.  The idea is to post on Facebook or Twitter but I've decided to post on this blog instead.
 
So here is photo no 1 ...
 .... home!  I was so happy to see this place this afternoon.  It was my first full day back teaching after the Easter break and it has been a tiring day full of overexcited kids who haven't settled down to the school routines yet - probably all still overdosing on chocolate! 


2 comments:

  1. Hi Eileen
    100 Happy Days seems brilliant, and 'home' should be the happiest place, but I don't think I'll have the stamina after the A-Z.
    I was reading your Teasels post just before following (I thought I'd already joined) and enjoyed it immensely. I love dialects, and it's sad that they're not heard so much now - accents yes, but dialects are waning.
    It's fascinating how plants were used in past times - that was a brilliant idea for making use of teasels.
    I'm pleased to have met you.

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