M. Frost has tagged me to list 6 things that are unimportant but they make me happy...let's see what I have in mind he he he...
1. Cooking together with hubby.
2. The smell of the sun on my pillows.
3. Being scratched (esp. all over my back) and tickled (esp. all over) by hubby.
4. During PMS, crying my eyes out when watching something.
5. Eating something I've been craving for a long while and it tastes exactly the way I want it to be. Oh my goodness!!!!!!!
6. Full-body massage.
6. Being able to take clear, close-up pics of wild animals in nature.
Because I'm not going to tag anyone, let me carry on with more things I can think of HA HA HA HA HA...Greedy me!!!
7. Saying the exact same thing with hubby at the exact same time ---> and it always makes us both laugh HO HO...
8. Buying something I've been wanting to buy and finding it on a HUGE discount (and feeling glad that I didn't just buy it at the usual price).
9. Tickling hubby and watching him try to withstand the agony without scratching himself as long as possible hi hi hi hi hi...And then watching his relief after he scratches himself. :-D And watching him beg for more (not with words, but with his facial expression) HA HA HA HA HA...
10. Hiding behind the door when hubby opens it to spook him and hear him growl 'coz it works!!! HA HA HA HA HA HA...
11. Looking at old photos.
12. Rereading old emails (esp. love emails), old letters, and old cards HE HE HE HE...
13. The smell of fresh grass.
14. Riding a bike on a long stretch of road without any intersection (so I don't have to stop for anything). :-D
15. Being in an apartment without any roaches, ants, mice, and flies.
16. Not having to iron any clothes (I've never ironed any clothes ever since I moved to Finland!).
17. Reading good jokes (the kind of jokes that makes me laugh till my belly hurts).
18. Being able to hang our clothes in the bathroom and knowing that the next day they'll be dry (not having to worry whether it's going to rain or not - in Indo, my parents have to hang the clothes to dry outside).
19. Being able to drink straight from tap water where I can get cold water, warm water, and even hot water (in Indo, can't get warm or hot water from taps and definitely can't drink tap water).
20. I can leave potato chips in a big bowl for days without worrying that they'll lose their crispiness (if you leave potato chips like that in Indo, in less than a few hours they'll turn soft.)
OK, I think this is long enough, don't you think? I haven't packed yet and before we fly on Sunday, I have to clean up the place so that when we get back home, we can just go straight to bed...I mean to sleep, of course HE HE HE HE HE HE...