I like my cosy house,
the bowl of food is always full, I have always fresh water in my personal silver bowl but I still prefer to drink the water from the pot where Anna & Ian keep the Christmas tree monstrosity. Hmmmm Tinsel and pompons…. back to the point… I have thought about it and I think I have an addiction- I’m a Treechoholic… I have made a peace with it because I’m still a lovely fella.
I love running in the garden but yesterday MY GARDEN was covered in nasty and wet fluff. I must admit I enjoyed admiring the colour but the texture and temperature was not suitable for me. I chose to stay upstairs and look through the window at the strange magical flakes which covered the ground and made it look like a soft duvet.
I have a confession to make lalala , I have a confession to make….. I’m obsessed with the bathtub …. I can’t get enough of sneaking in there and contemplating on my joyful existence. I occasionally stare at my Mummy & Daddy in the bathroom😂😂😂
Vibrant colours of nature are the remedy for worries.
Bonnie says- ‘ Dear People get outside, smell the air and feel the breeze, notice colours and various details in the surrounding environment. Most of all, ignore toxic and pathetic creatures who compensate their unhappiness & boredom with being overly curious about other people’s lives.’
It depends only on you but… tell me- what colours you see the world in ? 😊
The positivity resides in little everyday things. The world might crumble bit by bit but the flourishing colours are still vibrant and visible to one’s eye if they only want to see them.
I spotted this vase today in one of the charity shops. I was taken by its delicate design and vivid colours. My partner saw it and simply bought it for me. It made me smile as little things like that are what matters.
I prefer to walk barefoot on the rocks feeling every step than wearing the most expensive type of shoes. Materialistic approach to life has no value apart from very fragile, dubious and misleading layer which can crack anytime leaving the ‘proud owner’ empty handed.
Are you a busy bumblebee living your life to its fullest potential?
Below are two helpful starterts which may help you to find the answer based on the thoughtful contemplation.
If you always do your best, stay active, catch the opportunities thrown at you, get up and go despite various problems , see the half-empty glass as half-full and embrace you existence being happy with most of the aspects of it then the answer is yes.
If you constantly complain, wait for better times to come, stay idle despite the world waiting for you with open arms and run away from problems instead of dealing with them then the answer is no.
The choice is yours!!! Remember we are not immortal and time flies by 😊
-“Trust thrives near the stinging nettle which acts as a guardian angel protecting us from getting hurt.” – thought a little dung beetle the philosopher.