Here is another reblog from me. I wrote it in 2011, during the cold of winter.
These are my favoritest times (Yes, I know Favoritest is not actually a word).
Disclaimer: Obviously, like any mother and wife, my favorite thing is when my kids say they love me and Steve kisses me, but these are my favoritest things beside the obvious ones:
-When I have a whole playlist of new music when I go for my run.
-When I go cross country skiing and don’t meet a single person.
-When there is lasagna leftovers.
-When the whole house was just cleaned (usually on Saturday afternoons).
-When I have a pretty new and really cool outfit to wear that makes me look like I know my style.
-When somebody does the dishes without me asking (read: Nagging).
-When I smell spring (which usually is the smell of mud and melting snow, mixed with rotten leaves from last year).
-When I am reading a really good book and have the time to sit and read it while drinking coffee and eating chocolate.
-When I noticed that my tricepts and bicepts have gotten a tiny bit bigger.
-When it is crisp, but warm (Norway warm, like 4 degrees or more) outside, the sun is shining and I have the time to be outside.
-When my dog obeys me. (I should not even have to write this, but it is a rare occurrence)
-When I finally did get around to changing the sheets, and they are clean and fresh and smell nice.
-When I have slippers to wear.
-When I have a real nice cold beer waiting for me in the fridge and potato chips (just a very small bag, ten chips.)
-When I have crossed out all the things on my to do list (yes, I do write things like: Get dressed and put food in the fridge on my list. Is that so bad? I also write things like: Find 84000 dollars for starving kids. Have not crossed that off yet.)
-When George Clooney comes over for dinner. (Ha, I got you there. I just wrote this to see if you were still awake. George Clooney rarely comes over. In fact, he never does.)
So these are my favorite times today. Tomorrow they may be different. I should add too that I like it when I have tissue paper in my pocket to wipe my nose when I go skiing or running.
What are your favorite times?