Tuesday, April 26, 2011


You know that feeling when you are about to sneeze?  You inhale sharp tiny breaths, your eyes water, and you get that tickle that starts in your nose but travels all through your face... that's where I have lived lately. In that moment, right before a sneeze. I don't know if I have spring-time allergies or what. Maybe my kitties are shedding more than usual (is that even possible?!) But something is setting my nose all a flitter, and there is only one thing that can make me happy when I'm in that moment... a sneeze.

So, I have added sneezing to my happy blog. Yep, its come to that. But seriously, think about how terrible it feels to have to sneeze-- and you get all ready for it-- and then it goes away. You're left with watery eyes and stinging sinuses. Now compare that to a big ol' sneeze, one where nobody is around and you can really put your back into it! Bliss, pure bliss.

Now, if you'll excuse me...

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