Love this post, I walk 35 minutes at least five days a week and I love to smile at people as they drive or walk by my side. Such a good post!xo~Tracie
Your post makes me SMILE so I'm sending you a BIG smile tonight and a thanks for sharing yours!
merci pour votre visite je trouve votre blog vraiment charmant et poétique à bientôt
I am smiling at your post! What a wonderful way to send smiles across the miles:)
Thank you Tracie, Lavender Dreamer and Victorian Parlor for visiting.Sending smiles back and I hope that your weekend is great.Merci beaucoup Marie-Monique and lovely to meet you.Enjoy your weekendHugsCarolyn
Your little post made me smile. I don't often do that. I always seem rather serious. Thank you. BTW, I find the wee ones make me smile. They are so cute, so sweet. Our weekend is several hours behind yours but I hope it's a productive one. Have a great one down under!
It's infectious!:DWhat a wonderful post. Thank you. And I hope you have a smiley-bright weekend, too.
I hope you have a great weekend Dolores.Hi Bella,It is infectious isn't it ~Smile and the world smiles back at you! I like your little smiley face.:D thank you.HugsCarolyn
I have smiled all the way through the post..and still!for you and your family have a wonderful weekend.xxx Mona :)
Thank you Mona ~ I hope that your weekend is lovely too.HugsCarolyn
it is fun to do... BUT... sometimes I think some of them look quite "gone out" if you know what I mean. Like...they think I'm nuts... oh, well, their loss.... then, I get an ever bigger grin on my face cuz they didn't quite get it....but, hey, maybe down the road they share their laugh at me with somebody, and they all still get a smile out of it.... hahahhahah.. just doing out little bit to keep it going...
this really made me smile, wonderful - great advice :) I loved the frog sculpture. Beary Hugs, Catherine xx
LOVELY art in this post! ENJOY your weekend! Fifi
Thank you for the smile!
So very true Carolyn. During the very trying times of late with my husbands health, you would be amazed how uplifting a strangers smile can be. It can lift your flagging spirit so much. Lovely post.Hugs,Christine. xxx
Yes! I have also heard it takes more facial muscles to frown than to smile...
I have heard that too, so it is a good thing to remember.HugsCarolyn
Thank you so much for visiting Draffin Bears.It always makes me happy to read your commentsand I look forward to visiting you.Carolyn xx