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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by MAJOR METAL, Jul 26, 2005.
Where do you find you personal joy and happiness in everyday living?.
Family....and making people feel stupid.
Seeing my wife & son when I get home.
everywhere and in most everything. All you need to do is look for it.
playing with my band
my girlfriend(sometimes )
and smoking tree's
with out any of of those things in my life. i would probably kill
Family first for sure....happiness and joy in one package. Teeing off on the first hole is also a source of much happiness, although I don't do it every day.
Waking up realizing I am not six feet under makes me happy. Without getting too religious, I'll just say that recognizing the gift of life from God makes me happy and joyful. Looking for opportunites to give to and serve others everyday gives me a great source of joy.
Also, teeing off on holes two through 18 is pretty cool.
Perfectly timed downshifts onto long stretches of smooth blacktop.
Major Metal's incessant questions.
My g/f coming home from work. And i like making her happy.
Seeing my new son everyday when I get home from work.
Jamming with the boys.
Riding my bike to work on a day that's less than 30 degrees with no humidity or smog.
Kayaking on de watah!
+1. I usually hate the 1st hole. Too much pressure and people watching you know?
I'm teeing off in 45 minutes! Wish me luck, I'll need it.
Family, freinds, my part time cop job, playing bass with the guys...and...dare i say it??/
My best friend
I see her like everyday. In work, out of work, all the time. Just a smile or a laugh makes life worth living
cup or pieces?
Te he he he he....BIG cups!
Just as an FYI, there's a collection of letters from R. Crumb to his brother (the one that didn't commit suicide) entitled YOUR VIGOR FOR LIFE APALLS ME...
my wife, my dawg and my music (the ability to be tired from gigging 5 times a week with different groups)...
Work - I take pride in my job and do enjoy the feeling of a job well done.
Food / drink - sometimes nothing brings more joy than a perfectly grilled steak or tasty ice cream cone for dessert.
Private / intimate time with my significant other - 'nuff said.
Fishing - I love fishing. I don't get out enough but whenever I do it brings me much joy.
BASS - Playing bass brings me much joy and really takes me away to "another place". I enjoy that.