This post must be the most difficult one I’ve ever thought of. I’ve been scribbling about a good intro of this since last Sunday but I couldn’t focus for some reasons. I wanted to blame hubby for feeding in that Scarface film, and of all DVD films we have, why the bloody one he thought of watching again. When I asked him why, he reasoned out that Al Pacino is outstanding in that film. Indeed he is. I had a piece of paper and a pen ready just in case thoughts would flow while watching that horrible film. I managed to write something in between but only to delete it afterwards. Hubby paused the film for a while and asked what I was writing. I said I was trying to formulate a good intro for my post. Then, as if he is an expert, he said it’s always difficult to start with the first sentence or find the right word. I agreed with him as it’s always the case when I try to write something. Then he said, “you know what, forget about the first sentence. Start with the second sentence up to the end and then go back to write the beginning”. Then I couldn’t concentrate anymore but laughing out loudly at what he said. And this ends the second part of the post.
I am happy for having someone who makes me laugh. His happiness is being with me and by sharing his happiness makes me happy, too.
I am happy for everything that’s going on with my job, that my boss trusts me and believes in what I do.
I’m happy for having been accepted at the Goteborg University to complete my Education degree to get a Swedish teaching degree. It will be years of study again, but it’s worth it.
I’m happy for the appreciations I’ve received in every undertaking, from the people I’ve met in whatever circumstances.
I’m happy for having a group of friends I go out with. They’re like my sisters far from home.
I’m happy for the good health of my family in davao. Three years ago, my sister got ill and swollen. I cried a river and I felt hopeless, but thanks be to God she’d overcome it. I’m hoping that nothing like it would happen again.
I’m happy for the little help I’ve extended to some people in need – my family, relatives and friends.
I’m happy for having pretty nieces and handsome nephews. I’m just a proud Tita, hehehe!
I’m happy performing the role as a wife, a worker, a student and a blogger. It’s like a movie full of suspense and surprises. I’m the versatile actor. 🙂
The road to happiness is tough, the experiences can be negative or positive. But the most important thing is that we, ourselves, play the major role along the way. As what Aristotle had said, “happiness depends upon ourselves”.