Jan 27, 2010

It's the Simple Things

I hopped from here to there and then there and came across Christina at Soul Aperture; the simple things. She's challenged us to BLOG about the simple things that bring joy to our lives. Then, you link up at her BLOG and for everyone who participates, her family will donate $1 to Doctors Without Borders. Pretty easy, no?

So, you know that I can't just simply follow the rules, I have to bend them a wee bit. So, I am going to BLOG about the simple things that make an (almost) 2 year old happy ...
an unattended Swiffer
opening the refrigerator
closing the refrigerator
opening the refrigerator
(you get the idea)
a fresh pack of yogurt raisins
your sister's favorite doll
bare feet on wet grass
showers with daddy
big brothers
taking socks off of unsuspecting folks
pink plastic shoes
helping momma vacuum
an open door
sugar-free popsicles at 8am
empty boxes
warm baths to splash in
rubber ducks
soft touches on sleepy faces
the moon
free lollipops for haircuts
momma's arms in the dark night
the last sip of coffee forgotten in a cup
warm cookies
cold milk
walking on tiptoes

And you?


Cyndy said...

Hello, Lisa. I am visiting you today in the wake of Christina's love. This is an adorable tribute to simple things! After all, who more than children know how to appreciate them ~ and to teach us what is really important. Thanks!

iasa said...

uh oh. I think i might almost be 2!

that's a great list.

SE'LAH... said...

what's it about our sisters' dolls that make them so appealing? ;)

thanks so much for taking part in the simple things. enjoyed my visit here.

one love.

Sherry said...

Here is to bending the rules!! This just made me smile a mile wide...I loved it!!! Thank you for making my winter day so much brighter! xo

The Stiffs said...

Those really are simple and something that can even make this 36 year old smile.

Laura said...

Love it! I think I will do this one too. :)

Christina said...

oh yes, opening a refrigerator does it for me too. lol
i love this. and what a great spin!

Sara @ Domestically Challenged said...

i love this Lisa, thank you for sharing! The simple things are the best, aren't they?

Relyn said...

OH! This is priceless. I love it!! An unattended Swiffer indeed. You are one hip and wonderful Momma.

Jenners said...

I love love love how you put your own unique spin on it ... it was fun to see the world through a child's eyes!!! And there is nothing quite like pink plastic shoes to a 2 year old!!!