Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:42 PM in ,
brings happiness. One does not need luxury or high valued thing to be happy. My moment today happened while drinking a capuccino and exchanging thoughts with my husband. Simple, intense and unforgetable.

For the two weeks I will travel quite a lot and very far away, nevertheless I will try to gather my happy moments and share them while I can.

This one week of consciouness recording of happy moments brought me a lot of joy. It did happen for a reason, I had and still have some tough times but the simple acknowlegment that even then and now you are happy (and more often than one thinks) did and does me good, thus I will continue no matter of where I am.

Enjoy your weekend, I will board soon.

P.S. Thank you Jenny!



Anonymous says:

I also find that simplicity brings happiness too!
I hope you are able to find the happy moments in your travel and work. Be safe!

Hi dear one…been off of my favorite blogs for a bit, and it seems I've missed some really wonderful post from you! I love your 'pursuit of happiness'. Keep it going and safe travels. YOU make me happy!

Dear Claudia, oddly I needed to read this today - as I too have needed to be aware of my happy moments with my fair share of sadness woven into my day. Your participation in my Global Twitter/Blogger Happiness Project is a happiness for me - thank you.

Have a wonderful week ahead - I look forward to reading what has brought you your daily moment of happiness.

With warm cyber hugs, Jenny

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