So what does my never really happy, always kinda grumpy husband do for my birthday!? He bought me the most unromantic birthday present ever... a new GPS. I suspect this was more a gift to himself so that I will stop calling him for assistance when I get lost and I thought about getting grumpy about this, but I decided to be happy. I especially thought about being grumpy when instead of spending quality time with me (when we ended up with an hour of free time. alone. together) and he decided to mount my new GPS to the dash of our van this morning. I had another idea involving mounting (something other than a GPS I might add), but even then in that instance I thought to myself, Happy. I am going to be happy. Yes I have committed to happy at least for today so here is my super simple, easy peasy, happiness plan...
Vern's OFFICIAL HAPPINESS PLAN
Repeat Step One Repeatedly until the end of the day.
Emergency Happiness Plan
And when it gets really tough I am going to rely on my often shoddy memory* and recall good happy times.
I am going to remember the good times like the last time I was in fact lost...
Even lost I chose HAPPY that day!Or the time when we caught the monster! Check it out! That was a HAPPY moment!
I am going to choose to be grateful for what I have, not dwell on what I do not and I am going to have a happy f*ing birthday!
*Evidence of my poor memory is a case study from yesterday. Yesterday. I left my office inquiring as to who was baking what I imagined in my messed up head to be some exquisite and delicious baked good. My coworker informed me that she had not whipped up a fantastic delicacy, but that she was pretty sure I was in fact baking a sweet potato. I had completely forgotten placing said sweet potato in the over over two hours prior. It was a well done sweet potato, but I ate it. I am nothing if not resourceful and I refused to let my poor memory lead to wasted food. And now you all think I have lost it, but I just had to share. I do have a bad memory, but at least I am happy!
That is all