Tell Me Something Good #2

Last week I asked you to tell me something good. Your response was fantastic and it put such a big smile on my face that aide idea to do it again.

Actually I decided that it would be a good way to start the week on a regular base and make a weekly feature out of it. So as it is Monday morning already in Australia here’s what I’d like you to do:

Mention something that you consider being good in the comments or in a post you write on your blog (please link it to this page so I don’t miss out and to be sure that everyone gets to read it share the link in the comments below). Something good that happened to you recently, or something good you will experience in a little while, or something you are looking forward to. Something that makes you feel good. Something you want to be good, something you expect to turn out good.

Whatever comes to your mind! This is about sharing something positive.

Now it’s my turn to tell you something good:

“It’s ANZAC Day (a public holiday) and although everyone is off, my daughters soccer team still wanted to train. Can’t wait to hear the girls giggle and have a great time.”

Can’t wait to read what good you experienced or about to experience, so go for it!

20 thoughts on “Tell Me Something Good #2

  1. Well, this may sound bad, but bear with me. We got a call Saturday that my father-in-law had a heart attack. Bad, right? Well, the good thing is that it was mild, and he was here in Kentucky when it happened, vs home in Florida. My wife has been able to be with him, less then 2 hours from us. She’s been vital, because she’s been able to coordinate his care, speak with doctors, ask all the pertinent questions, and even request tests. That’s what she does for a living, so it’s been invaluable expertise in this case. All is well, relatively speaking, but it could have been so much worse. Does that make sense?

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