Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

Happiness is not a destination. It’s a way of life.

 

This is one of my most favorite quotes. Yes, happiness is indeed not something you want to reach, like an end goal or a mission. Happiness is not an ambition or a dream. You do not live everyday hoping that one day you will be happy.

Happiness is a way of life. It should be within you everyday. They said that a happiness should come from within. If there is something that made your day a tad glum, choose to be happy and appreciate how things are not meant to be. Realize that all things are there for a reason. Do not let something be a reason for you not to smile because life and short.

Choose to be happy everyday. Eliminate different negativity in your life and focus only on what makes you happy. It can be your partner, you friend, your family, or your kids. It may be your passion, or your dream. Hold on to what makes you happy and you will never go wrong.

 

A New Addition To The Family

A New Addition To The Family

I just came home from my son’s piano lessons three blocks away from our house. As I was driving around the second block, I saw a stray dog walking along the pavement. My son Joshua also saw him and pleaded if we could pull over. I saw how Josh looked tearg eyes when he saw the dog. The creature looked very tiny. He seemed to be hungry too but was very week.I decided to carry him and I put him in the empty basket just beside my son.

When we returned home, I saw how Joshua looked to concerned about the dog. I gave him his snack and place some milk for the dog in the counter. After two hours, he still seemed to be very weak. I called Nancy, my cousin, and asked her what to do with the puppy. She said we should go to a veterinarian so check out the puppy’s health.

Good thing there is a veterinary clinic in the nearby area in Rotterdam. Joshua came with me. The veterinarian said the puppy must have been missing for a couple of days now and it seemed like he has not eaten any decent meal for the past few days.

The veterinarian Dr. Mark gave us prescription and we bought some food and medicines for the tired looking dog. When we come back home, Joshua seemed so delighted to give him food. He even skipped playing at the backyard so he can attend to the poor dog’s need.

Looks like we have a new addition in the family today. I am sure Kate and my husband John will be very surprised.