I miss my happy posts- those times to reflect and find the little things that made me smile. I look through my photos and find random pictures of little things- things that I saw, bought, experienced and realise that these little things are as dear to me as the big things that make up my days.
My 52 weeks of happy posts were fun and yet sometimes a chore - but now that I don't have to document those little happies I find I still find them, lurking in the background, crying out to me to share.
I remember being told, or read, or something, that it's the little things in life that make the big things- lots of small 'nothings' that make the 'somethings' and so I'm going to do something about it. I'm going to embrace some randomness- not worry about what I'm writing about, or how I'm writing, not worry whether my pictures are perfectly exposed or composed or even worry that anyone would want to read about them or care if they weren't.
There may be writing or there might not be.
There may be a few photos or they may be lots,
But whatever happens I'm going to look for those happies and just share- and maybe, just maybe they might make you smile too!
So here's just a few of my favourite things that have made me happy recently:)
More lovely sunsets, this time at the harbour.
Loved the shiny glass tiles at the swimming pool
New pink converses!
Time spent in and by the pool
Really good food during our stay in Kuching
Learning how to cook curry at cookery school
I've been here nearly three years, but had never been to the observation tower that overlooks the city- a new perspective:)
Lovely fresh produce at the market
Spices etc for sale in Kuching
Days at the beach with my visitors
Tenten- the baby orangutan at the local sanctuary
Loving the turquoise and browns at our local hotel
A big cheery bowl of lemons
This happens to be a lovely little cafe 'The Old Courthouse' in Kuching, one of my favourite places to visit.
And of course you guys make me happy. A nice new welcome to Maureen @ josephinaballerina and to everyone, thanks for coming down to Graham's landing.