Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn’t know you left open .

One of my first posts as a blogger and it is lovely to see many of the people who liked this post are still with me and for that I thank you. Also many of you I can now call friends because those initial likes have turned into something more…The joy and wonder of blogging…
I would like to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas,
Happy Hanukkah.
Joyous Kwanzaa.
Yuletide Greetings.
Happy holidays.
Joyeux Noël.
Feliz Navidad.
Seasons Greetings wherever you are in this wonderful world and it is…It is the little things that make us smile and however, we wish our friends a Merry Christmas it is given with love and happiness and it should be accepted as just that …This blog does not promote political correctness …I have no time for that…I love life and people and animals and chocolate in no particular order as well as your comments and loyalty…Merry Christmas one and all sent with love and hugs and a hangover cure if you want one…xxxx



Retired? No one told me!

Now isn’t that just the truth you can just be sitting, watching the world go by and something, anything no matter how small unfolds in front you and you give an involuntarily smile, it makes you happy and we can all find those little moments on a daily basis and put them all together and looking back we have had a pretty happy day. Made out of nothing, just a brief moment in time that made you happy, a childs smile or when they put their little hand in yours , baby birds newly hatched oh the wonders of nature, a lovely view or a pretty flower, when your cake rises and your dumplings are fluffy….me..i’m still working on that one!

So many moments in our day too numerous to mention but nevertheless make for a happy day. Sometimes it all gets caught up with our day-to-day what we think is mundane, boring …

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7 thoughts on “Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn’t know you left open .

  1. Loretta

    Wishing you a beautiful Christmas under the sun 🙂 I somehow can’t imagine that anymore (despite growing up in Kenya and enjoying it then), but on Christmas day I love snow, and that’s about it. Give me sunny and warm days right after. Best wishes for 2019.

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    1. CarolCooks2 Post author

      Thank you so much, Loretta…I do miss the snow, cold and just the ambience of Christmas but I am flogging those Christmas songs to try and bring that special Christmas vibe it does fall short at times when my tree chocolates melt but I do also love the sun… I have the only tree well 2 for miles and the children are excited especially the little Thai ones whom I bought advent calenders and am teaching them to wait and have one daily and then they can open their presents it seems to be working..Fingers crossed, bless them so there are some special moments…I hope you have a joyous and wonderful Christmas Loretta and a great 2019 🙂 xx


  2. tidalscribe

    I had to sneak off into the ether and look up Kwanzaa, I have seen it mentioned a few times this year – now I know. Happy Christmas and enjoy all your delcious dishes with family and friends.

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