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Simple pleasures are simply delicious: Pass it on

Somebody asked me today what my simplest pleasure was and I didn’t know how to answer it. Things came to mind, but qualifying which one was THE simplest was an impossibility. So I read part of another simple pleasures post, and said pahooyee! with just one answer, I’m going to write a whole freaking list. And perhaps someone else might enjoy writing their own. That’s why the title says “Pass it on.” Because maybe you’ll be inspired to do just that. Maybe you’ll even consider it one of your pleasures!

1. Stretching before I get out of bed in the morning
2. Clean water to drink
3. Hot shower
4. A comfortable bed
5. Writing
6. Coffee
7. Yoga
8. Yoga pants
9. The view
10. Driving around with the windows down
11. Warm sunshine on a cool day
12. Cool river on a hot day
13. Wearing mismatched socks
14.  Soft soled shoes
15. Toast before breakfast
16. Breakfast for dinner sometimes
17. Making something out of nothing
18. Reading an inspiring story, book, or blog
19. Meeting new awesome people
20. Reveling in the glory of a challenge
21. Sharpie markers, all 46 cagillion colors
22. Stickers
23. A clean house
24. Clean sheets!
25. Warm clothes fresh out of the dryer
26. The smell of rain
27. Mowing the lawn
28. Puddle jumping!
29. Star gazing
30. Cloud watching
31. Walking up to the knob
32. My mom
33. This town
34. Music
35. Vellum paper
36. Blank books
37. Nesting
38. Giving things away
39. Sending mail
40. Smiling
41. PB and jelly smoothie
42. Naps
43. Playing with the puppies
44. Cooking good food
45. Being up before the sun
46. Eating lunch outside
47. A spontaneous standing forward bend
48. Drinking something hot when its cold outside
49. Sledding
50. Laughing
51. Being silly
52. Free high fives
53. Generosity
54. Serendipity
55. Surprises


About mudly

Mud is main blog writer extraordinaire, picture guru, and the garden and adventure instigator. She loves to cook, but doesn’t much like following a recipe. She also loves typewriters, the color turquoise, and wearing tie dye with stripes. And she dorks out on while dreaming up and planning her next garden.

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This entry was posted on May 12, 2011 by in Everything All in One Place.

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