Saturday, April 01, 2006

The Best Things In Life Are Free

And here are just a few:

Bubblewrap
The first warm day of the year
Laminating anything
Watching old people purchasing cell phones
The feeling you get from wearing an AMAZING pair of heels
A drive with the Cabby top down
Best friends
Crossing the finish line at the Chicago Marathon
A smile in the middle of a fight
Tears of pure love and happiness
Watching your life long friends, marry their life long loves.
The smell of plastic
Dancing all night long
Laughing until you cry
Petting a puppy
The sound a big city makes
A baby’s laugh
Candy Cane Lane
Falling in Love
The crackle of a campfire
Watching ducks cross a road

.... and I could just go on and on =)

11 comments:

Im chele In [dot] LA said...

bubble wrap is cool............
Over from the other Michele's

cyndy said...

Wow I love your blog. I'm here from Michele's. I'm a geeky diva obsessed with makeup!

ribbiticus said...

definitely a great list! i just love it when people get to appreciate all that the world has to offer - especially those things that don't cost a cent. :)

michele says hi!

David said...

watching ducks cross the road
a joy and truly free! I like the way you blog! from carmi

Thomas Siefert said...

Just want to add one more; The weird electronic/printboard smell from my good old Commodore 64.

David said...

free: help with stirring your coffee, so as to not upset the Java gods. You will taste the difference.

Erin said...

Sundays
bubblebaths
the smell and glow of candles
catching up with a friend
flavored martinis (free if someone buys one for you :)
the mountains and the ocean

I could go on and on, too. Nice post, doll.

Amanda said...

Hm, I like this post. A great reminder to enjoy those free things in life...

Anonymous said...

i wish the actual wedding of the life long friends was free!!!
Heather

Erin said...

I second that wish, Heather!!

Anonymous said...

yes..bubble wrap is quite uberly awesome...but i recently came across something quite evil...UNPOPPABLE bubble wrap. It emotionally scarred me...the joy of finding that i had in my hands BUBBLE wrap to pop...and then slowly watching my hope of all hopes quasshed to itty bitty pieces as try as I might, the bubble wrap would not POP :(