Family Life · Inspiration

Smiling

I don’t feel like a bride. I feel like a furniture-description-writer-data-organizer-working-on-the-computer-for-eight-hours-a-day-worker sort of person. Because I’ve been working a lot. And starting to really enjoy it actually. Working in a trailer for an online furniture company can actually be quite enjoyable if you let it.

But I am getting married in such a very short amount of time. I’m having a bridal shower tomorrow. I need to get the last of my announcements out (which are, of course, my own list). And I get to start being a wife in three short weeks. Or at least, they better be short.

I guess the point in all of this is that I am perfectly happy in life. I smile a lot more. Because I think that you can smile because you are happy, or you can just smile and then be happy because you are smiling. So I like smiling. Because it lifts your mood and helps you realize everything that is good in life.

As you are reading this, smile. Just because. Just to smile. Now don’t you feel happier? I always do. I get all excited inside. Things look a lot better.

Change can start from the outside, on your face, and then move back inside, to your heart. It’s not a bad way to go.

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One thought on “Smiling

  1. I don’t know how other regions do a first blog comment. Typically I just say what I’m going to say without preface. Let me know if that’s a breach of etiquette.

    That smiling thing, that does sound good.

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