The Happy List



my sister made the bunny!

The Happy List


-loving my prescription sunglasses, I can walk and see and have shaded eyes!  Now I know why my mom loved hers so :)
-having a three in a row good avocado day
-yoga in the morning and after a week, I can feel results
-daily walks with Frodo
-chickpeas on my daily salad-yum!
-my color affection shawl-extremely addictive knitting
-the robin who is building a nest outside my window
-almonds
-overall happy days


What makes your happy list?

Comments

  1. Yarn and yoga make me very happy, too! :)

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  2. I just told Mike yesterday that I really should get prescription sunglasses! I have a pair of Costa Del Mar's that I wear when I walk, but everything is a little fuzzy, keeps me from wanting to run back and grab the camera ;)
    I keep turning chickpeas into hummus, but I do love them in a salad too. Oh, and avocados, drool.

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  3. awe, I like your happy list. What a nice way to start the day. I also like your sister's bunny. Be well.

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  4. love that this is your happy list! spread the happiness!

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  5. Lovely happy list. Sounds like the making of a perfect day. It's so good when you can see clearly.

    I was thinking of your list on Sunday. I was walking with my sister-in-law and kept saying how comfortable my shoes are. I was bouncing around walking on air even though I'd been on my feet all day. It's amazing how little thinks can please us so much. Definitely one for a happy list.
    dx

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  6. This is an awesome happy list, and it made me smile! Your lovely letter made me smile too, thank you.

    Have the most wonderful weekend Karen. xo

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  7. Your list and photos make me happy also! I have a dumb question; what is the orange thing next to your bunny? It's very pretty and looks like it would be perfect to hold and fidget with, kind of like a worry stone. I think I need one! Happy weekend to you!

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    1. It is a tiny glass bowl that is blown glass I think. I received it as a present from my dad and his wife two Christmases ago.

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  8. I don't know where I'd be without my prescription sunglasses! Love your list.
    Happy weekend :)

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  9. Love the way your Color Affection is progressing. Thanks for sharing your happy list. I think I may add one to my journal today. :-) Enjoy your weekend.

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  10. most definitely a list that makes me happy, too!!! love the color affection....and the bunny head! and...here we go again.....two weeks ago, I hopped in to my optometrist to have a new pair of prescription sunglasses (old ones were too many prescriptions ago to work anymore)----they should be ready this week. CAN'T WAIT!!!!

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  11. Three in a row good avocado days? Lucky!!

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  12. That IS a very happy list! I love everything on it. Especially that bunny your sister made and your shawl! Have a lovely weekend! xoxo

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  13. The color affection shawl is looking good and I must say your list sounds great. LOVE almonds (my favorite snack) and your mention of chickpeas makes me now crave hummus. :-) Have a beautiful weekend!

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  14. YOU make my happy list. : ) I love coming here and reading your posts and seeing the beautiful things you knit. Your Color Affection is coming along nicely. Garter stitch is so satisfying to knit. (I'm working on Veera Valimaki's "Shift of Focus" cardi and loving it!)

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  15. That is one cute bunny! Nice list. Yarn and almonds work for me, too! (also Pilates)

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  16. I love happy lists! Hurray for avocados and prescription sunglasses (I should really get some of those myself!) I spent a lot of today thinking it was Monday, so number one on my happy list is that it's actually Friday!

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  17. As someone else said - reading your blog makes my happy list! Another thing that makes it is knitting of course - and spending some time in the bookstore today looking and buying more new books!
    Question.....is the color affection shawl fairly simple to knit? I've been going back and forth on buying this pattern....

    Linda in VA

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    1. I think it's fairly straight forward to knit this shawl. It's tricky to keep the ends loose while carrying the unused colors and the wraps could be something new for you, but you could you tube a how to on that. It's not difficult. Good luck :)

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  18. My list would come pretty close to yours! Although a solo Barnes and Noble trip might top the list after all the noise in my house today! :)

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  19. It's nice to read a happy list and that shawl is going to be a beauty !

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  20. Getting through with this remodel... that's still on my to-do list! LOL!
    But, for the moment...
    Time this morning to catch up on a little blog reading...
    Hot coffee...
    A promise of sunshine and warm temperatures...
    Nearing the end of getting this little weekender ready to list for sale... {sigh} then the living through showings until we can finally move into the Big Bah-Nilla... Well, that just ruined the mood. LOL!
    Have a wonderful weekend, Karen. blessings ~ tanna

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  21. Love your new header- very pretty.
    That's a great list Karen. I think at the moment just knowing that winter is "sort of" behind us and summer is close- put a grin on my face!

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  22. Getting up early every day, making a cup of Peet's coffee, and doing something creative. That routine makes me happy.

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  23. being in the garden
    healthy kids
    my beautiful home
    coffee
    kale
    getting enough sleep.
    xo

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  24. I have the same shawl marked in ravelry. It's for someday when I'm a big girl knitter! :-) Lemons have become a rediscovered favorite -- good for flavoring water, rubbing on less than bright skin and cleaning the skin and disposal. Handy little gems!

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  25. What a happy list indeed. All of those things would bring on that happy for me as well.
    Progress on your Color Affection is fantastic!

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