Things that make me happy…in no particular order…
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That’s a very fancy lighthouse. Your cats certainly have the right idea. :) Do you have to brag about Table Mountain? Wish we had one in Umhlanga.
The mountain is great if you get lost, especially in the woods around it :-) Helps me every time! The lighthouse is in Swakopmund, Namibia – built by the Germans – they knew how to build them.
Marco!! I’m so excited to see your HAPPY gallery! First, you have so many, well, HAPPY, things here, PLUS you learned how to do the gallery! Amazing. I know how you adore your cats; I love the harbor, the beer, the dunes and the beach (well, you know me & cats…)! And, of course, Mr. Potato Head. :-)
I could have done many more happy things but I don’t know where the pics are or if I have any! Having to sift through disks and hard drives isn’t my idea of fun :-) I’m really amazed by the galleries to be honest – much easier. Especially when you want to go ott on the pics! Thanks for the encouragement, Cathy – I appreciate it!
You’re welcome, Marco!
Love the pictures Marco, especially the last one!
Glad you like them! Which last one, though – the order keeps on changing! Hope you feel better soon!
The comfortable kitties :)
Ah, their majesties! Was trying to do some ironing this morning and they thought I was playing with them. Luckily I like my clothing hairy, lol
Thank you semprevento and thank you for stopping by!
I like your post. I interpret it as ‘there’s a lot of reasons to be happy’ and I agree!
Hmmm, I never thought of it like that but it’s kind of true hey? As long as we don’t have to sing “If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands” *clap-clap* Oh no! Now that song is stuck in my head!
I’ve also got one of those potato heads! just a diddy one on my desk. Nice collection of happy things by the way :)
Thanks Ruth :-) I went through a phase of collecting them – when they started selling for R300+ I had to let go – such a rip off!
I love those cute little men ornaments on the shelf!!
Heehee, boys and their toys, right?
What a fantastically varied group of happiness makers! You made me SMILE :)
In that case, my work here is done?
Totally. You can shut down the laptop and take the afternoon off!
Hmmm sounds like a plan
Happiness is b*****y shovels levitating? :)
Ooooh that sounds promising! Beat them senseless then bury them with it! All that untapped potential!
If you say so … but what are those spades in the sky all about, anyway?
Hehe. It’s at a place to eat in Philadelphia, outside Cape Town. They had a huge whack of old rusted spades, didn’t know what to do with them so they made them into art. I think the littler wheel of the windmill actually turns. I wasn’t allowed to get a close look – something about you break it, consider it sold.
The thought of breaking, and therefore becoming the owner of, such an artwork is terrifying indeed.
Yes!! You pop it onto the wall, for instance, and hope it doesn’t fall apart – hit a guest over the head (might be an improvement, but let’s not go there). How do you maintain it? Anti-rust, oil? Probably work better FAR away from the seaside.
And it would appeal to the generation which would say, ‘Dig your statue, man!’
Bwohaha! Reminds me of other weird art – in the starnd there used to be this huge naked statue of a man on the beachfront – people were up in arms about it. wonder if it’s still there – see post potential there if it is, he he.
Those made me happy just to look at them :-)
Glad to hear that and thanks for visiting, Patti ;-)
Marco: I love these images. Just looking at them makes me happy. Exuberant post, thank you.
Spot Wayne Rooney in that collection of pics :)
*flashes for a dollar coz it’s that time of the year*
Heehee – I’m sure there’s a kitchen sink lurking in there somewhere as well! Okay where do I send the dollar to?
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