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I was working on my poem I Am when the word happy kept entering my mind. I'm not really sure why. Maybe its because the kids at preschool were happy to make pizza today, or that I'm suppose to incorporate happy into my poem. I am happy. I'm not going to say that I'm happy all the time, but let's just say that I'm happy the majority of the time. 

For me happiness is based on my outlook on life. If I spent each day picking out everything that annoys me I would be pretty miserable - so I choose to embrace the good. It's a lot healthier to focus on the positive and be thankful for it. Once you develop positive thinking happiness follows. 

Change your thinking and you'll change your life!

Happy Thursday!

Peace, love & hugs!


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