… is having a loaner camera and lens to use, which makes it possible for me to share this short photo list with you.

Happiness is spending time with adorable little girls …

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… and goofy young boys.

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Happiness is furniture rental to help you feel like you’re home …

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… and finally being able to set a place on a table.

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Happiness is morning rain …

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… and barn cats that come up to the porch to greet you.

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Happiness is a view without power lines …

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… and watching the fog settle around you.

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And happiness is finding a photo I uploaded to Flickr two years ago …

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… and getting to celebrate another anniversary with my husband tomorrow.


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  1. Brenda
    October 26, 2010 | 4:50 pm


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One summer night in 2010, our house burned to the ground and we lost everything we had. This is the story of what happened and how life and hope can always rise from ashes.