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Happiness Month_Day Twenty

Day Twenty
Three Gratitudes_60/ 63
          I'm grateful:
58_that I had at least several good years in San Francisco before being forced to return to the (boring boring boring) suburbs.
59_that I was able, with the help of my parents and grandparents, to spend two months in Europe while still young
60_that I have a decent sense of design and organization so that I have been able to create a decent home wherever I’ve lived and no matter how small the space (and trust me when I say that a couple have been very very small)

           One Positive_20/ 21
Lauren and I lunched with the Hadleys, Cindy and Jimmy, and with the Jaxons, Nancy and Paul, across the street at Cup & Saucer. In talking with the owner, we found out that they're going to remodel our little Princeton Plaza. YAY! YAY! YAY!! Apparently, Orchard Supply Hardware (OSH) is insisting. And then, Lauren and I grocery shopped, which is so much more fun when she's with me. And then, we went to see the trust guy so now Lauren is even more protected, which is always a positive.
          I did one act of doing something beyond the normal: I was a very good listener at lunch and at the trust guy's office. That really is something beyond the normal.
          I did exercise: I did not.
          I did meditate:I did 25 blissful iPod minutes and if this sounds like yesterday that's because it is.

One day to go :(



Mar. 26th, 2013 06:39 am (UTC)
58_that I had at least several good years in San Francisco before being forced to return to the (boring boring boring) suburbs.

We need a boring, quiet place with our swing-shift schedule, it'd be next to impossible to sleep during the day if we lived downtown. For a while it wasn't so boring here, but chronic sleep deprivation was the result - lol.
Apr. 6th, 2013 03:07 am (UTC)
I wouldn't wish your neighbors on anyone, I felt so bad for your sleep deprivation.

When I lived in San Francisco, I basically lived in a neighborhood, the Marina: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marina_District,_San_Francisco
It was as quiet at night as any suburb, but during the day, the world awaited only 2 blocks away. When I would walk out my door and look left, I'd see the Palace of Fine Arts pictured in the link above.
Apr. 6th, 2013 05:00 am (UTC)
That sounds beautiful! That's one of the things I like about our suburb too, it's quiet and has the atmosphere of a little village, but everything is just a short distance away and easily accessible.

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