Five Little Things
I love it when Marcus laughs a certain deep catching his breath kind of laugh that pretty much only Quinn can inspire in him. That’s the best sound.
I love it when my nephews are glad to see me and want to tell me the cool things they’ve learned or ideas they have. That’s the best feeling.
I love it when a colleague has an idea and our team reacts ready to try it and/or celebrate it. That’s the best way forward.
I love that my husband brings me hot tea when he hears me wake up and stir in the middle of the night. He’s the best at taking care of me.
I love that I get to write the words, and occasionally they line up and dance. Even if no one else reads them, it’s still the best way to feel whole.
These are five “little things’ that shine a light in my blessed life.
This short and sweet post is doing double duty in Feb – First to to join in with Finding Ninee on Finish the Sentence Friday, I see the light in…
Then in the #LoveBlog2020 challenge – “Little Things”
Aw! These are truly lovely wonderful little things! My favorite is Marcus’ laugh. Deep belly laughs are the absolute best. <3
I wonder how much brighter the world would be if we all took the time not only to notice but to name those little things. God’s peace, dear friend…xoxox
Short and sweet!
“I love that my husband brings me hot tea when he hears me wake up and stir in the middle of the night. He’s the best at taking care of me.” Totally raising the bar from the disgruntled noises and still half-asleep turning to cuddle me (although to be fair to my poor husband when we had creepy noises and I had panic attacks because of when I had mice in my old house and one broke into my room he got up to sort it out like a superhero without a cape).
He does raise the bar. But…Taking care of mice is pretty huge, too. 🙂
These are such fantastic little things! Aren’t the little things just the best?
What a beautiful post, it certainly made me feel the light you see! And yes, I totally agree, getting to write and coming into that flow where the words just start to form themselves into sentences is the best feeling.
My husband makes me tea on the weekends.
I love when my nephews are excited to see me!