The giggles are always suppressed so that I don’t ruin their enthusiasm for a special day or occasion. But what I really want to do is stand on the top of my tall, tall, tall, tall, (I thought if I used the word tall enough times it would convey just how high high high high up I am) building, and remind them that every single day of their life is special.
Why not live every day like it’s your birthday? Why not celebrate whenever you can? For me, the absence of pressing work, errands, or problems is enough to make a reservation for bubbly on the 99th floor. Join me? I’ll stick an umbrella in your drink and we can cheers to the present moment.
This post probably seems somewhat flippant, but I promise there is more profound reasoning to my logic. I realize that happiness is fragile, and that all the good things – many of them that we take for granted, could be gone in an instant. When we are feeling healthy, we should celebrate the absence of pain. If the sun comes out, why not run through the sprinklers and ride a bike? Sure enough, the rain will come soon.
Dear readers, I want you to live every day like it’s a gift. It’s Saturday, so it’s a perfect day to start. I hope it’s sunny wherever you are, and I hope that you’re going to live today like it’s your birthday – candles and all.
Another thing to celebrate is the opening of Apricot Lane in St. Cloud, Minnesota. I visited the new shop yesterday, and I’m hoping that the owner, Laura, becomes my new shopping buddy. She styled me in the outfit you see above, and she also provided cute looks for the next few days. She’s having a $50 giveaway for the opening, so stop by and say hello — maybe you’ll get lucky and win 🙂