Thursday, April 17, 2014

Day 17... #100HappyDays

Despite having a bladder the size of a pea, I never take the aisle seat on airplanes.  There's something about being cocooned in the window seat, getting to look out at nothin' but fluffy clouds and blue skies, that makes it worth climbing over irritated neighbors to get to the restroom...every 10 minutes.  My view today flying from NY to Tampa...

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Day 16... #100HappyDays

On a day needing just a little bit more comfort than usual, I turned to the ultimate comfort food. Might not be as happy tomorrow trying to squeeze into my jeans, but today, this works...just fine...

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Day 15... #100HappyDays

This past weekend I had a really good cry.  Well, at the time it didn't feel good.  I mourned some.  Regretted some.  Heartached some. And I cried and cried and cried.  And stopped.  And I felt...better.  I needed it - to get it out - to release it all.  It's the first Spring rain today in NY and I'm surprisingly happy about it.  It reminds me that somedays even Mother Nature needs to cry and let it all out. 

Monday, April 14, 2014

Day 14... #100HappyDays

Some days, many days, most days...this is all it takes... :D

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Day 13... #100HappyDays

I have to say...I LOVE my apartment.  It's kind of a dream. I love the neighborhood, I love the street, I love the exposed brick walls and the built-ins.  And I love window seat.  I drink my coffee here on weekend mornings. I read here when it rains.  I people watch when I'm feeling particularly creepy, erm, I mean curious. It's almost worth the LIFE'S SAVINGS I pay to rent this place... :-/

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Day 12... #100HappyDays

Although the thought of doing laundry often feels like cruel torture, once it's done, once everything's folded and put feels like...possibility. I can wear whatever I want and it's CLEAN! :)  And all before noon on a Saturday. *fist bump me*

Friday, April 11, 2014

Day 11... #100HappyDays

One of the things I really really love about living in NY is that fresh flowers are so readily available. Every corner market has them proudly displayed and they are surprisingly affordable.  I bought some tulips today...a dozen for $8... :)  It's pretty amazing how flowers can really liven up a home!