Day 3.


Sunday evenings provide a certain challenge when it comes to happiness, Monday morning looms like the clouds that have been raining on my weekend parade for the last hour… but, as luck (or hard work) would have it, is almost done and so marks my fully fledged footing in the bid to become the next Woody Allen. I do have a type writer don’t you know? #100happydays #day3

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  1. 19 April 2014 / 2:54 am

    My goal is NOT to be your number one fan, like one of those sick, puppy-eyed perverts that seem to always be around. I don’t want to be that. But I’m curious to know what makes you happy on a daily basis, I mean, you did create this site just for that, right? So is it going to hurt that I like the majority of what you have to post, picture or otherwise?


    • 19 April 2014 / 10:14 am

      Haha! Well anyone who wants to label themselves a fan of mine is most welcome to! Of course, it will forever amaze me to have anyone interested in what I have to say/write! Thank you so much for all your comments!

      • 20 April 2014 / 1:16 am

        I think the same of myself, I really believe I suffer from a small case of borderline personality disorder because my mind oozes anything I say is just boring – I’ve been called this by an ex, and it wasn’t a Laura thankfully. But occasionally my ego gets a good day of sleep and becomes bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and seems to think everything I have to say is meaningful and worth listening to, so.

        And, this morning, I was sitting in my car at the beach (something I don’t normally do) and something actually made me happy, and I immediately thought of you. So if your ears were ringing, I’m sorry.


        • 20 April 2014 / 10:30 am

          I sometimes think writers are the most difficult species of human to be, it’s definitely not just smooth sailing. I think even if you feel it’s rubbish, still write it down, you might look at it weeks, months, years later and realise it was actually wonderful. Sitting at the beach sounds blissful to me, and you have no idea what it means for someone to have made that connection in their mind back to me because of something I wrote. It’s astounding. Thank you.

          • 21 April 2014 / 12:38 am

            You’re mighty welcome! You’ve also given me something to look forward to every day.

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