My triumph today was all about smiles, both mine and my kids’. See, it’s been a rough day. It started early when my car died on the way to work. *sigh* Luckily, I have a pretty awesome coworker who came to pick me up and a husband who had the day off and was able to get my car back on the road.

I also have something delicious cooking in the kitchen. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Apparently Cricket had a hard day, too. Bubbles beat him at football and refused a rematch due to dark and cold conditions. Luckily, Miss Tadpole had a fluffy bunny with which to cheer him up:

And now that all is well with the world (or at least with my kids), I’m off to enjoy a nice and hopefully relaxing evening at home. Have a great weekend!

What puts a smile on your face when you’re feeling down?

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13 thoughts on “Triumph

    • Kay Kauffman says:

      I love getting hugs from my kids – nothing makes you feel quite as warm and fuzzy as a hug from a child. ๐Ÿ™‚

      As for the bunnies, they’re my kids’ 4-H project. We have outside cats, too, but they pretty much leave the bunnies alone. ๐Ÿ™‚


      • atexasgirlblogs says:

        I think taking 4H would be fun. But with Charlie being Homeschooled I am not sure he can do it. But we could start our own 4-H mabey.
        And we also have outside cats who drive the dogs up the wall.
        And it is nice that they live the Rabbits alone.

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        • Kay Kauffman says:

          4-H isn’t school-related, at least not here. It’s a community group, sort of like Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. My older two kids have done it a few years now, and they have a blast. They’ve done woodworking and photography projects, as well as sewing and rabbits. I’ll bet there’s a local club you could join.


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