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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Tag from Marly

What Makes Me Happy, What Makes Me Sad

We have a lot of things to be thankful and be happy for-our life, health, family, friends, and the opportunities that come to us. And in spite of the struggles I am facing now, I still find the strength to hang on. God has given me wonderful people around me. One of them is you. And that what makes me happy too.

I appreciate Maybel of No Place Like Home for tagging me, this is a great topic!

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Here are the Rules: 1. List things that makes you happy and what makes you sad.. 2. Add your blog to the list. Feel free to add all your other blogs. 3. Tag other online friends you know: Toni's Attachments, Charmdestiny, DressMeUp, Glorie Solitude, Restlessrant, Fit4All, No Place Like Home, Kuting’s Place, YOUR BLOG


-My family gathering.
-My girlfriend. I love you Honey!
-My Great Friends
-When I reached the top


-When I think about bad experiences and trials in the past
-When I want to help but there’s nothing I can do
-When somebody in the family is not feeling well
-When there are times I am feeling down{End Copy}

I am expressing my true feelings here so now I'm tagging along Everyone


Fransiska Ike said...

What makes me happy: when both my husband and my daughter are on my sight. :)

What makse me sad: When my husband is away on a business trip. :(

Rob said...

Hi. I'm disabled and I've got this thing growing on my neck. I owe a lot of money and I'm in pain every day. The last time my son took me to the doctor(for this thing growing on my neck), I asked him what the secret of happiness was.
He seemed happy, after all. Plus his undergrad degree came with a GPA that made my 3.8 look like a nice try, but no cigar. Now he’s in graduate school, even. He has friends. And he can drive.
He told me.
“Retorts, dad. Always have some good retorts ready. Make a list of 'em and carry it with you when you go to the doctor for that thing growing on your neck. Then whip out the list and talk with everyone in the waiting room. Using those retorts could be your hobby. You could polish them up, add new ones. It’ll make you feel great. At night, when your sitting alone with your lite beer and twinkies, you’ll say to yourself, “Here’s another thing I could have told the fat guy with six fingers.””
He went on like that until we got to the doctor.
I'm still paying for his education.

lusia said...

HI friend,really very nice blog.very interesting post too.keep it up.

KCee said...


This is off topic but I've already moved to a new domain. Please update my link to www.barefootedme.com.

Hope you can also add my new blog 'In My Red Heels'- www.kcee.info to your blogroll. I've already linked you up there.

Thanks have a great week! :)

Lord Story said...

I don't know what to say Rob
It's a surprising comment if it's for real
Well each people found its own way to be happy, maybe your son hasn't found one or he's just bluffing ..
But driving you to doctor,he surely love you,I bet he'll miss you when you're gone...
Wish you eternal happiness, despite the sick you carry Rob

COngrat on your new blog and new domain Kcee..
I've changed and added the,

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