Actually, no, it was twice....
A few of the happiest moments for me include:
1. My wedding day
2. The births of my children
3. Learning to understand myself and live my life about my own truth
4. Adventures and discoveries in life and the people in them
Be glad you were happy once. Many people go through their entire life, only to learn that they were their own worse enemy.
I received a gold plaque for my work with veterans!
A good memory is when I can remember to be thankful for being alive, healthy, family, and to be in good spirits. I need to remind myself of these things.
I am happy all the time. I'm just happier at certain times more than others.
my childhood even i was born in USSR;
those are best times when you just care when is time to sleep and eat and play.
I am generally a happy person most of the time except when I'm awake - lol
One of my happiest days was when my mother beat her cancer. Another was when my sister beat cancer, and of course when I married and had my children.
My happiest and most peaceful memory is in a hub I wrote about romantic moments between my parents.Shameful self promotion huh:)
One of my happiest moments was falling in love for the first time, but then one of the most agonising moments was also to not have that love reciprocated!
One of my happiest/saddest moments was the day I got married. The happy bit was that I had all my family around me when my brother walked me down the isle without any walking aids. He had an RTA and badly broke a leg 3 years previously and had needed a combination of wheelchair, crutches and walking sticks to enable him to be mobile until that day. The sad bit was that my father was not there in body to see me married, although there in sole I am sure. I married in the same church he was buried.
My wedding day and the birth of my children. I was also happy to return to my parents' rebuilt home four years after Hurricane Katrina.
Let's see how do those Venn Diagrams work.
Reggie was happy once.
Reggie only lives once.
Therefore, Reggie is happy as long as he lives.
Hmmm,is that right? :-)
by amitmishra0123 11 years ago
what is happiest moments of your life?Is meet a girls friends, finding true love or mother's hugs when you do somthings wrong?
by Don Ship 11 years ago
What is your happiest childhood memory?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
Which group of people do you believe are the happiest-married or single people? Why? Why not?
by Rhema Word 7 years ago
“The happiest people in the world are those who feel absolutely terrific about themselves, and this is the natural outgrowth of accepting total responsibility for every part of their life.”
by amithak50 9 years ago
What was the happiest moment of your life? The saddest?
by Seckin Esen 3 years ago
What would make you the happiest person in the world?
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