I Love...

This gratitude post was inspired by Schmutzie's post on Aiming Low. I wrote one of these a while ago at my old blog.  This one is my update. In no particular order...

My grandmother's house, Pandan, Daet Camarines Norte


... my grandmother’s house in the Philippines, with its jasmine and rose bushes, rice paddy field, and kalamansi trees...
... summer day trips to small towns just outside the city...
... watching my daughter dance ...
... that I lived with my husband first before we got married...
... having the door held open for me...
... the crack of the hard caramelized sugar top when I dig into a creme brulee...
... Scottish accents...
... white walls I freshly painted myself...
... teaching my HOT HULA fitness® classes to the best group of women I know...
... the annual Holiday Season pictures of the SOS childrens village we support every month...
... that the moment I sit on the couch, Cora comes and lies down on my lap...
... my house right after a good cleaning...
... watching new episodes of The 100 and The Umbrella Accademy on Netflix and reruns of Phineas & Ferb on Disney+...
... the feel of a fresh pair of contact lenses...
... how light my head feels after a long overdue haircut...
... that, sometimes, all I need is a quick swipe of my favourite lipsheer to make me feel better...
... how saying just one word would set my husband and me laughing over a shared memory...
... real-life royal weddings...
... the feeling after Goodwill comes and takes 10 boxes of my clutter away for other people to use...
... walking around Hilo, Hawai’i on misty days...
... when my online accounts notify me that I’ve been paid...
... going out for breakfast with my sister...
... dancing hip hop with my dance group...
... spending the whole day in pajamas...
... the caesar’s salad at Stella’s that has the perfect amount of garlic and parmesan...
... rediscovering what flowers I had planted when they pop up again in the Spring...
... the warmth of the Summer sun on my face...

How about you? What do you love right now?

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