Seen early one morning in Florence.
There are so many different ideas of what makes for happiness.
To quote George Burns, “Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.”
Audrey Hepburn once said, “The most important thing is to enjoy your life—to be happy—it’s all that matters.”
I have both of these: The close-knit family which is not on my doorstep, but when we do get together, we have the best fun, and make the greatest memories. I also have a most enjoyable life, which enables me to be happy almost all of the time. (Nobody’s perfect, are they?)
I see that quite a few bloggers have posted family pics, so thought I would also do some ‘happy snaps’. Hubby and I are still happy after more than 40 years together.
We have a great son and a lovely daughter, who although they live on opposite sides of the world, have so much fun when they get together.
I love this happy photo of our son and daughter-in-law, trampolining on their wedding day at Lake Tahoe.
What a happy little grandson we have. This was taken at a pumpkin farm, last year.
My middle granddaughter was happy to make her own pizza.
Travelling makes me happy too. This was taken in Bali, a couple of years ago.
This will be me, waiting for the taxi to the airport, in a couple of days time.
Then we’ll be off to see my smiley mom-in-law in England. This was taken 9 years ago on her 90th birthday. She made the Pavlova herself, and we were all very happy to help her eat it.
I would have loved to do one of those fancy galleries with my pics, but as you can see, I’m blonde, so can’t work it out. 🙂
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