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Smile after smile

Life has not been the best yesterday.  (See yesterday's post for an example.)  Yesterday was supposed to be a sick day while I recover from Friday, but I just sit at a desk at work, so I came in for a half day.  The afternoon was full of things that made me laugh, smile, and just be happy.

Happy:

I love the BDB.  And I love Wrath. 
A surprise yesterday was finding this shirt in the mail,
a gift from one of my amazing mommy friends.

Smile:
Keith knew I was coming home early, so he stopped at home to make me lunch.

Laugh:
On the way home, I stopped at McD's for a large coke (which is happiness in itself.)
Ahead of me in the drive-up was this "car".
I'm guessing these are two bored high schoolers on a dare.
They did get what they ordered though,
since technically they "drove" up to the window.

I laughed all the way home.



Comments

Unknown said…
What a sweet hubby you have!
What does the back of the shirt look like?
Danyelle said…
That would have made me laugh too. Your husband sounds very sweet.
Karen Mortensen said…
How sweet of your husband to make that salad for you.
I love those kids in the cardboard car. That is cool when they use their creativity that way.
Susan Anderson said…
Great post.

Really cute that your hubby made lunch for you.

And the "box boys" are a crack-up!

=)
What a sweet hubby you have! i love the car too.
I LOVE BLACK DAGGER BROTHERHOOD!!! I just barely finished Lover Mine (John Mathew and Zhex's story book 8) onto Book 9 for me!! I can't wait!!!
Kudos to your sweet husband and love that pic of the boys in the drive up!! ha ha!! Happy Tuesday!!

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