- Jan 3, 2019
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today happiness was watching benny hill pronouncing, mis-pronouncing Happiness
I have a large (maybe 10 gal, maybe more) glass container that I'd been filling with my pocket change since 2008. A few weeks ago I spent a couple of afternoons putting all the coins in wrappers while I watched the Dodgers on TV, then I took the wrapped coins to the bank — the total was $501.00. The next time I fall in love with a cymbal it'll be that much easier for me to say "I do!"I found a quarter the other day walking home from work.
People seem to just throw change around everywhere, kids I'm guessing. I find nickles and pennies walking back and forth to work. I pick them up and put them in a 5 gal glass carboy I have in the living room. It's filling up.
Maybe when it's full I can fill the truck up with gas.
This time it was a quarter and it made me smile. Sometimes stupid little things do that.
Sounds amazing.I just came from Spain, vacation with my wife for three weeks. We basically did nothing except hanging on the beach, swimming and playing in the ocean, in or by the pool, did walks, dined out once or twice a day, talked, laughed a lot and enjoyed being silent together. Seeing my wife all smiles every day, laughing and enjoying herself; pure happiness.
My key is be responsible for who and what you are. Be kind and helpful.
Granddad used to say,If you're too rich to pick up a penny you're too rich!Happened again, after walking to work to the local garage to pick my wife's truck up from an oil change found two pennies and nearby another quarter.
It's weird, it's like folks just throw their change out the window.
27 cents in the carboy, that much closer to retirement.
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Me too. That show was so oddball and brilliant. I had a Ren & Stimpy "Happy Happy" sticker on my front bass head for like 10 years or more, at every gig.