Hump Day Happy

Yes, I still have the migraine. And I’m having some really bizarre dreams because of drugs. I’m especially dreaming about other people’s parents. Even when I don’t know their parents. So hi, other people’s parents. Thanks for checking on me while I’m sleeping.

Meanwhile, nothing stops the quest for happiness. So please, for my peace of mind, comment with a page number between 1 and 611, and another number between 1 and 25, and I’ll let you know what this book says you have to be happy about.

 

 

Last week, the largest number of votes from people–even ones who didn’t want happiness–was for “bobcat.” This week: mountain lion or cougar? You be the judge.

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48 thoughts on “Hump Day Happy”

      1. It’s okay. Sometimes there aren’t even 25 on a page, and I just keep counting onto the next page. So take your pick from:

        “an umbrella in a microburst”

        or

        “making sure you take your full vacation allotment”

        (I had to look up “microburst” to see what it was.)

        Thank you for the feel better wishes. =)

        1. Re: bummer

          Ah, you trust me more than your own luck. Beware! Remember, I’m friends with Rhonda, and she is evieeeel–perhaps our dual evilness is what brought us together.

  1. I thought that a cougar and a mountain lion were the same thing … if it’s eyes are crossed, I’m voting Florida Panther.

    Granny Dash wants page 323 numbeb 23

    I want page 247 number 23

    1. I thought so too. So I asked a graduate of the University of Houston. (Waits while people look it up to get the reference) Oh, and Wikipedia. Because entries written by the anonymous public at large are always accurate.

  2. Um.. not sure of the difference between a mountain lion and a cougar.

    Page 159 no 2 please.

    And hope your migraine goes very soon, it’s been long enough already.

    1. Thank you. The migraine has definitely worn out its welcome. And from the book–I love this one!:

      “feeling really good, alive, aware; filled with a tingly sense of well-being”

    1. Thank you, and you’re still getting warmer (and this one doesn’t SAY waffles, but still…):

      “the love of the good things we ate in our childhood”

    1. Thank you. I’m sure it will be better soon. Or I will be a drug addict.

      And from the book:

      “instant cocoa with cinnamon sticks”

      (Remember hot cocoa and cinnamon toast made in the OVEN? Yum.)

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