Sunday, February 14, 2010

Day 18: Smiles

I realize that today being Valentine's Day, I should make this post about HH. And he has definitely brought me Joyful Moments today (and most other days).

But then again, I posted about him yesterday and I'm sure I will have many more posts about him in the future.

So, today's Joyful Moment is one I shared with Sweet P. I was blowing her hair dry this morning (something she detests, but endures) and she was being a little bit silly. It made me laugh and any time she makes me laugh, she gets the biggest, brightest smile that just totally lights up her face.

She seriously has one of the best smiles I've ever seen. I told her that she has a beautiful smile and that when other people see it, it makes them want to smile too. Well, her already huge smile, got even bigger at that thought.

And it was another moment of pure joy. For the both of us, I'm pretty sure. I try to tell her this often because I believe it very strongly and it would do the world wonders of good to have more smiles like hers floating about.

Unfortunately for you, she has been going through a difficult phase for a while now when it comes to actually capturing that smile on camera. She has a hard time focusing long enough for me to shoot the photo and when I do catch her, she has a cute, but very posed smile on her face.

Since I'm in a hurry tonight (still very tired and I need to get some more beauty rest), you get this oldy but goody. Still an adorable smile, just not the same as the beautiful one I get to see every day.

Wishing you all Joyful Moments exchanging your beautiful smiles with those around you!


Melanie said...
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Melanie said...

My Joy came today as an 11 year old boy in primary who will graduate from primary due to turning 12..(he's considered one of the cool kids)...came up to me at the end of primary today and said, "I just wanted to give a hug goodbye to my favorite primary chorister". Ahhhh....too bad their arn't arranged marriages anymore..I'd snag him for one of my girls...he's a winner.

Linda said...

I remember that sweet (albeit wet) smile. That picture is priceless!

My sweetheart brought me a dozen roses on Friday night and they are probably the most gorgeous dozen I've ever seen. I move them around the kitchen so that when I'm cooking I can see them and when we're eating we can look them. :)