Oh, boy! I just love it when I'm doing Wahoo! Wednesdays as a regular feature of my blog because it makes me stop and think, "Wow, this is really worth celebrating," or laughing about, or whatever.
Things that make me want to say, "Wahoo!", today:
1. A cool front!!! Wahoo! I was so excited to wake up and find that it was actually cold enough to wear a jacket outside. A jacket, people! It was in the upper 50's Fahrenheit (that's winter weather for us) and I was energized. I went to a local garden center to grab some top soil and a few plants - without sweating!!!! - and then planted some flowers and swept most of the porch and walk . . . swept till a coughing fit stopped me. My thoughts, as I stood there coughing, even had a positive spin. The nice thing about coughing is that it makes you appreciate breathing in and out. It does, doesn't it? I took my camera to the garden center. Cool! I found a reason to be happy that the clerks have no idea you're there!!
2. I'm happy to have my kitty home! Sunshine had to go for a check-up yesterday, which meant a night at the vet's. She still has a bit of an infection, but she's really perked up in the past few days. After we pulled into the driveway, I opened her carrier. Here's my girl, just before she hopped out:
Miss Sunshine climbed into the backseat and I walked around the car to let her out, "Home, Madame." Then, she had some salad (aka weeds), zipped inside and - what else? (she is feline after all) - had a nap.
3. I'm grateful for people who do things that are so ridiculous they make me laugh. Today, while sitting in line on the school parking lot, I watched as a woman walked to her parked car, patted herself down, pulled out her keys, got in her car, cranked it up, moved the car forward six inches (I am so not kidding!), turned the car off, got out and walked away. I don't think she heard me snorting back there in line. By then, I'd run down my camera battery, so I give you:
4. "When I grow up, I want to be a beautiful butterfly."
Isn't it great to be alive?
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