Spontaneous Happy Generator!
finding money in your pocket
warm towels out of the dryer that smell like fabric softener
cuddles with a sweetie
singing in the shower
thats all for the Happy Generator for today.
i came upon the sparkly and shiny page. YES!
find as many sparkly shiny things as i can! lioness on the hunt :) the book told me that i was to search like a bird building a nest and put them together on the pages all "willy-nilly."
amidst my bedazzling i came upon STICKERS!!! add that to my list of happiness. check! i just love stickers. they are so easy. peel, and stick! peel, and stick! and your done! no worries no mess! dont bother buying those little kid paint sets that are fake painting, buy stickers. you can stick em on your forehead, on your arm like a tattoo, or on your shirt like those really shiny firefighter badge stickers you get on the field trips. amazing. id like to meet the one person who made stickers. i hope they are still alive. it will be my life-long goal. just like my goal of meeting the one who invented the spork. those things are just fantastic i tell ya!
so the purpose of this page i guess is that everytime i look at it, i SPARKLE & SHINE like it. ...ok so that was cheesy, but it was the only thing i could come up with. it does make me happy, and i did have fun making it :)
some of the things i found:
a rhinestone horseshoe toe ring
a pog from my best friend in kindergarten, Tanner Barbeau.
an earring i found in a parking lot. (dont ask me why i kept it)
the pages mostly contain stars, since, the sparkliest object i could think of were stars. and the runner up is glitter glue. who can honestly make a sparkly shiny project without glitter glue?
after i finished, i found it really hard to stop looking for shiny sparkly things. my eyes had an obsession for a moment. MUST......FIND......SPARKLY!
and yes....i do know that i spelled "shiny" wrong on the book. i cant just change it though or there will be a big blob of dumbness. the "e" is eating at me. *shudder*