period of time two of my colleagues. With each one of them I kept a long spontaneous conversation about everything and nothing. I love that it was not planned. I came back home smiling and in a good mood.
I love the wail of a tortured sax, yet rarely listen to it.
I love a good glass of cabernet or shiraz, yet rarely drink it
I love being close to oceans or rivers , yet don't see them often
These are simple pleasures I can give myself...and I will
But a true connection with a...
when reality gets in the way. You can't really appreciate having lunch under a large oak tree with your best friends, sun shinning through the lush leaves and the gentle wind caressing your face. But the moment you can appreciate these moments, it is pure bliss...
The best things in life dont cost a fortune or dont need to i like to keep life simple
if im feeling down or stressed out i will go running or a long walk take in the views
just go in to my own wee world and de stress just simply little pleasures that cost nothing
I just stop and look around. I can see green leaves and peeling birch trees. There goes a Jack Rabbit. I inhale and exhale and marvel at the process. I am alive. That is a simple pleasure that would really be missed.
Hope you enjoy this as I did. I like each and everyone. The simple things are so amazing and obviously overlooked way to much.
The 30 Most Satisfying Simple...
... looking at a woman I find attractive. I love when at that moment of being caught to not turn away but to smile innocently, after all in my mind I just gave her a complement. & if she returns the smile? Ahhhhh that, is, such a simple pleasure
Most of the things I enjoy are fairly simple, but as a teacher I get the opportunity to experience them daily. I love when it's spring, and the kids will bring me little bouquets of wild flowers when they're out at recess. They pick little tiny flowers and are so...
took his son on a trip to the country with the express purpose of showing him how poor people live.
They spent a couple of days and nights on the farm of what would be considered a very poor family.
On their return from their trip, the father asked his son, ?How was the trip...