The little bliss list blog hop

Today I’m participating again in Liv Lane’s Follow Your Bliss bloghop.  Liv writes, “Every Friday, I will share a list of the bliss in my midst, reflecting on moments over the past week where I’ve caught myself in a sense of wonder, contentment, and true joy. It’s like a gratitude list, but rather than just being thankful for the things I have…I want to be thankful for the way I feel – even if it’s fleeting – and celebrate whatever brought me to that bliss.”  Feel free to join us!

Messages from my pack of 30 Bliss cards

Here’s where I found bliss over the past week:

  • I finished an entire year of Picture Inspiration prompts! It feels great to know that I completed the class. 
  • My daughter pulled me in very close and whispered “I love you” in my ear.  Melt.
  • She and I did a Q-tip painting project on Sunday morning together.  Here’s how mine turned out… I love it.

    Q-tip art

  • Listening to a soft rain and watching it fall from the roof.

Soft rain

  • Enjoying bedtime stories read to ME!

Having bedtime stories read to ME

  • My appendage (sweet but clingy toddler) finally took off on her own.  I’m not sure what happened.  She is playing with kids at school, saying goodbye to me easily when a babysitter comes, introducing herself to new people, and even helping to lead this week’s music class (VERY vocal and dramatic with the movements, participating the entire time – odd for her usual wallflower self).  I am stunned.  Seeing her blossom like this is just amazing.  I am so proud and full of warm and fuzzies.
  • And some fun picture taking at the butterfly center at our Science museum.  More pics to come soon.

    Shot this with the iPhone macro lens

Where did you find bliss this week?

Happy weekend everyone!


9 thoughts on “The little bliss list blog hop

  1. I’ve been wanting to go to the Butterfly center here. Your photo has *made* me move my visit up on my list. Aren’t kids great?!!! And they grow up so quickly. What an adventure they are! Getting read to … priceless! I can relate to the rain! Wishing you a bliss filled week. Nice to meet you!

  2. I love the Q-tip art. It makes me want to try it. I love the photo of the rain. I will have to ask your advice when I get a camera. Your daughter sounds adorable.

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