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A long forgotten song suddenly playing on fm radio would make me smile and bring back the old memories connected to that song
Seeing old friends unite and laugh while remembering the past. I smile at them and sometimes tear up as well.
My grand children usually come over on Fridays after school. My husband picks them up and when they come in the door and see me, their eyes light up and they usually say in unison, "Nana!" That is the warmest lovely feeling. Then they have to hurriedly tell me all about their day and what they are doing at school. Absolutely delightful times!
I love that, something so delightful about feeling the love of children and being able to give it back at the same time. So special! I can feel the love here and picture it all in my mind. Thanks for sharing your special moments
You're most welcome. Just telling the story made me smile and get excited about today after school! :-).
A smile costs nothing
But it creates much!
So smile lavishly
And earn richly!
Your smile makes
You the richest in the world.
a funny act from a young child or toddler makes me smile easily and everyone around me starts to smile too. This innocent child is the best person to make everyone forget sadness or troubles.
Children are delightful and they sure can make one smile, especially when they say some of the cutest things. Amazing toohow the warmth of a smile can turn things around. Hope you receive many warm smiles today. Thanks for the comment peachpurple.
Thinking about my childhood days brings a smile on my face always. Those happy days won't return, but still those memories are enough to bring a smile on your face.
It is so lovely that you have such happy memories of your childhood - I am sure the memories will be replaced with different but equally as happy ones - I do hope so - thanks for sharing yours with us.
It's nice to have good childhood memories that make you smile.
The laughter of a sweet precious child always brings a smile to my face. It is so innocent and sweet.
It certainly does JThompson - it makes me smile thinking about it - so nice of you to stop by - thank you! I do appreciate it and may the children all around the world keep on smiling.
Many "things" make me smile; well, many more things make me smile after my comatose experience. However, I will "cut to the chase" and simply provide you with a link to a 15 minute video that made me smile and will indeed make you smile.
Babies of all sorts, human and animal tend to do the cutest things and therefore put a nice big smile on your face. Nature's beauty, to me, flowers, the sky, beaches, snow, so many beautiful things to look at and think about. Old memories tend to make me smile quite a bit too.
You are so right cre8ivOne, you put into words the things I feel and see about the world about me. These are the things which lift one up. I just have to see my little ladybird and feel the joy of Nature's beauty and the day I photographed him.
So many things make me smile that it is difficult to answer this question so I will turn it around and tell you the only things that don't make me smile are hatred, wars, racism and being unkind in any way.
Your question makes me smile but whether my reply makes you smile too, I won't know. All I know is that if I tickle your armpit, you will laugh uncontrollably, LOL.
First . you need to be in peace with yoursel and others. Do not be mad at people when they make mistakes around you. Do not interfere in other people's business. Unless they ask you to help.You have to believe in yourself that you can do things when you are making then. So the finish product is good , and it is going to give you a smile. Your need to have good thought and be positive .
There are moments when we feel sad. Because people have mind illness. Or people have problems they can not solve. Every problem has an end. When you smile. Problems are easy to find the solutions. read more
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