- When you're bored enough at work that you an a coworker start playing with tiny paper airplanes. . .
- Exercising with a sister and friend and talking about food nearly the entire time.
- AHAHAHA!!! This.
- Getting a snack at Starbucks and asking the worker what the rewards consisted of. But before she can give a good reply, the lady behind you ends up listing all of the benefits and freebies if you sign up--free refills on select beverages, bday specials, etc. The employee never really said anything. You thank the other lady with a smile and walk away feeling both awkward by the lengthy conversation and interested in the rewards program. . .
- Holding hands with your beau, and you touch a slimy spot on his finger--ew! doggie slobber!! Thanks, Nova. xD Needless to say, LOTS of laughter at that. (Oh, and by the way, did I mention I have a suitor??)
- Accidentally and unintentionally cutting someone off at Walmart. Heheh, you apologize, avoid eye contact, and hurry on your way. (Anyone else ever done this?)
- Haha! This is PERFECT:
- When a coworker friend and your boss inquires about your grandfather. (His treatments ended today and he is scheduled for surgery July 7th.)
- DOLLYWOOD with the family tomorrow!!
- This AMAZING sibling duet of songs from Disney's Frozen!
- Anytime that something comes in the mail with your name on it:
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- Summer storms. Watching the massive thunderheads roll slowly in, loosing their lightning in brilliant glory and low rumbles.
- The majesty of the night skies.
- "Suffice it to say that [C.S.] Lewis has captured a little of how God's Kingdom operates by introducing the concept of a first and older 'rule' at its very center. And what is this rule, this Deeper 'Magic'? Love. Not affection, not friendship, not sexual attraction, but agape: the compassionate, selfless love God has for us when we're at our most unlovable. Lewis called it 'charity' in his book The Four Loves (the original meaning of that word has changed over the years, unfortunately). It's the highest and holiest kind of love, straight from God's heart." (Sarah Arthur, Walking Through the Wardrobe)