Wednesday, July 12, 2006

3 THINGS FOR HAPPINESS

The grand essentials to happiness in this life are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.
- Joseph Addison

11 comments:

funwithyourfood said...

completely true

Melody said...

Sooo true...

I just read your last post... that is really cool about the PhD thing!! Do you think you'll do it? It's so obvious that your intelligence and talent moves people in your everyday life as well as here in blogworld!

Thanks for posting that recipe. I have many of her books now and the newsletter, I am just not very organized...so I never follow recipes.. but I WILL follow this one.. I'll do it in my crockpot too... but probably on low because my crockpot gets really really hot on high for some reason. it would definitely boil the broth.

KleoPatra said...

And something good to eat!

:o)

Thanks for this, Dori. You brilliant and lovely lady!

Carrie™ said...

Amen to that!

Harmonia said...

Hi! I *think* I participated in your challenge! Check out the forums or my blog...it's in both places! Also pimped your blog on mine today!

Tara said...

Very true. I'm working on the "something to do" part. ;)

Thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

Catherine said...

nice quote - thanks.

Catherine said...

I love good quotes. I once heard somewhere that people who quote others do so because they can't think of anything intelligent to say themselves -- WRONG! I think we quoters are intelligent enough to recognize and restate something brilliant. No need to reinvent the wheel, right?

Vivacious Vegan said...

From your comments on my blog..."you have a point there" (the point being that you know she loves the dog), "we are going to do the right thing for Noble, thanks for your help". I LOVE this advice. It's really the perfect thing to say. Thank you so much.

Dori said...

Hi blogger friends.

Kleopatra, you are right... and good food. For me this week it is something to be hoiped for.

Melody, honestly right now I don't know. I am almost at the end of the program I am in now ... feeling a little burnt out. I will re-evaluate in January and begin to think about 2007 when it comes.

Vivacious vegan... so glad I could help, Noble looks precious!

Catherine, catherine... funny when I first got the note saying I had a response here I thought it was the same person, but I'm glad to see you both here.

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