Monday, August 13, 2012

Happiness

A while back, Damyanti, from Amlokiblogs,  shared this this lovely poster of happiness, on the A to Z Challenge blog. After a week of vacation, I'm feeling quite happy, and wanted to share some of it with you. But, since I'm not as creative as Damyanti, I'm posting her ABC's of Genuine Happiness in hopes of passing a little happiness on to you. Have a wonderful Monday!


Muse for Today: My favorite letters on the happiness chart are H, R, S, T and W. What are yours?

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14 comments:

F.... said...

They are all really good, but I'll go with "H" "J" "K" and "Z," as Z is soooo important!

Falen

Writer Pat Newcombe said...

What an uplifting picture! I'd go with W S and N!

Elise Fallson said...

Love this, thanks for sharing! I'm on a little mini trip away from home right now so I'd have to say, T important!! (:

Emily R. King said...

I enjoyed the Happiness Chart! So many great letters, but I agree R and W are my faves.

I'm a new follower!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I remember her happiness chart! I'll definitely be hitting P this evening when I practice my guitar.

Scribbles From Jenn said...

It is uplifting. Thanks for pointing out N Pat. I need to remind myself of this as I struggle through yet another draft of my story.

Scribbles From Jenn said...

Yes Falen, they are all good. I agree, Z is SO important. I need to Zap some of my own negativity as I try and get back into the grove of things.

Scribbles From Jenn said...

Enjoy your time away Elise! We will all be here when you get back.

Scribbles From Jenn said...

Welcome Emily! R is a good one. As a writer, I often have to reinvent myself.

Scribbles From Jenn said...

I too am fond of the letter P, even though I don't paint or play an instrument.

Julie DeGuia said...

Cool poster!

Without reading all of them, I will have to say A... because unless you can "accept your reality" it is hard to move forward and change it (if that is your goal) or just be happy with the way things are.

Michael Pierce said...

That's such a great poster. "Jump through your comfort zone." I love that!

Cherie Reich said...

That's an awesome poster. I love A, C, O, and W.

Sherry Ellis said...

You are so right about creating a framework for your stories. It really helps. Love the poster!

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