Sunday, January 31, 2010

Happy, Happy, Happy

Fickle in Pink has awarded me the Happy 101 award. Well, Fickle in Pink I'm totally tickled pink because the award came from you, who I had no idea was even visiting my lil 'ole blog. So thank you for the nice surprise.

All you have to do is:
1. Copy and paste the award on your blog.
2. List who gave the award to you and use a link to her blog (or hyperlink).
3. List 10 things that make you happy.
4. Pass the award on to other bloggers and visit their blog to let them know

So 10 things that make me happy:

1. A good book

2. A good cup of coffee

3. Even better when shared with a friend

4. Scoring a great deal

5. Giving the perfect gift.

6. Hoar Frost

7. Holiday meals shared with family and/or friends

8. Date nights with hubby

9. Having my family all together when oldest comes home for a visit

10. One of these, anytime of the year, thank you!

And to pass the happiness on, I pass this to:

Tina at Blessings in the South 'cause living on a pecan farm in the south is such a romantic notion

Karen at Over the Backyard Fence 'cause we seem to have so much in common and I can totally see us as neighbors chatting over the backyard fence

Jeintje at Heaven is in Belgium 'cause her blog is like photography eye candy. Breathtakingly beautiful and makes me smile. I'd love to go on a photo walk with her!

And if anyone else wants to grab the happy award and do the happy post go for it 'cause you all make me happy with your visits and great comments. Just let me know so I can come and read your post!


Jientje said...

Awww, thank you Susanne! That's one of the things that make me happy, getting an award from a befriended blogger!

Tina Leigh said...

Well thanks Susanne...a romantic notion...I like that. If I stole your 10 things...well they are all good ones that also make me happy....every single one of them! But I did come up with 10!

Donnetta said...

Congrats! What fun to receive it from a surprise reader!!

The things on your happy 10 list also make me happy. :-)

Sometimes it's life's smallest gifts that make the difference...