under construction

Put positive energy into the world, befriend people that inspire you, and remember that life is too short to read the same book twice. Impressive people have offered all sorts of good advice this week (I even learned how to fold a fitted sheet), but the happiest piece of wisdom came from my friend, Dipti.   
Dipti and I have been trying to finagle our way into an aerial yoga class for the past week or so (did you realize these places book 3 weeks out??), and the process of securing a Groupon and scheduling a date had has us messaging back and forth for a couple days.  In the middle of our planning, Dipti asked if we could organize a random act of happiness for the immediate future.  I answered yes, of course, and asked what she had in mind.
Flash forward a couple days and we’re running amok on Bryant Street with sprinkled-cones for construction workers.  We exchanged sweet treats for smiles and ended up having an afternoon that promises to become a ‘remember when’ story.

20 thoughts on “under construction

  1. I’m still hung up on the fact that there is actually a way to fold a fitted sheet, I just always ball it up in a haphazard way 😉 This looks like the perfect random act of kindness to begin the spring season. The more ‘remember when’ moments, the better 🙂

  2. Good thing you’re already married, or I am SURE one of those workers would have tried to swoop you up after this rah rah rah! Ice cream makes everything better!

  3. So fun! This is one of the only times I’ve been jealous of a construction worker (handling the heat of the summer and the cold of the winter is not for me)! And now I’m dying to break my wedding diet AGAIN for some ice cream! 🙂

  4. Aerial yoga? With a fear of heights it sounds like it’d be counterproductive for me! 😉 Sprinkles AND icecream certainly do add happiness!

  5. You no doubt made so many of those workers days!!! What a wonderful thing to do 🙂
    I also want a recap of aerial yoga (when it finally happens!) Keep up the smile sharing Jennifer xo

  6. Love that close-up of the ice cream cone! And your random acts, of course 🙂 your city is so lucky to have you.

  7. First of all, I learned to fold a fitted sheet recently and I felt SO accomplished, haha! I didn’t realize how great I would feel about myself for finally conquering that, ha!

    Also, I love this! I bet those workers loved that ice cream! 🙂

  8. I so love this! Everytime I read one of your random acts of happiness, I instantly feel great and wonderful. It makes me want to do more of those random kind things for others too. You are such an inspiration!

    Sofie x

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