High & Low

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:04 PM

Wednesday. Estonia. Work. Stress. Frustration. Tiredness. So many lows but I decided to focus on a wonderful side of the day.


Picture from here

6 July 2011 is International Kissing Day or World Kiss Day. The idea behind the International Kissing Day is that many people may have forgotten the simple pleasures associated with kissing for kissing's sake, as opposed to kissing as mere social formality or prelude to other activities. Kissing can be an enjoyable experience in and of itself. It is an expression and experience of intimacy. International Kissing Day is not as commercialized as Valentine's Day.
(from here)

So enjoy the company of your loved one and smile!



Does this mean I get to kiss the mailman? No, I guess not. I'll kiss my old, beat-up hubby when he gets home. :)

Anonymous says:

This is sweet. Thank you for posting this! =D

Diana Jillian

Awesome!! Where's my other half?? We have to celebrate!! LOL!! Thanks for sharing :)

@Belle - no mailman :) Just hubby pls!
@Diana - my husband shared the news with me and I thought it is worth a blog entry!
@Jenn - get him honey! LOL

Hi Claudia. Trust Belle to try to lower the tone! Hee Hee!! You'll have to do your kiss over the phone :( Hope you'll be home again soon my friend.

@Diane - tomorrow evening! Can't wait! :) And yes Belle is very funny :)))

Anonymous says:

My friend told me it was National Fried Chicken Day or something crazy like that. . . not as cool as International Kissing Day, though. ;)

The only people around me are the alien neighbors...Sorry, no kissing them EVER! EWWWWW. Guess it's just Bruce.

@Madeline - I guess my choice was better, agreed :)
@Barb - I'm sure Bruce will do :)))

Anonymous says:

Damn, we missed it! Have to make up for it tonight ;)

@Don - make it your kissing day :)

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