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The LIttle Things

You know how the little things make such a huge impact in life? Like, getting a letter in the mail. Or receiving a call from your best friend who you haven't heard from in awhile. Or the knowledge that you aced a test after you studied really hard for it. Or the feeling you get after a really intense work out, even with sweat pouring down your face while you struggle to take a deep breath. I could go on and on.  

Well, I recently stumbled upon this website, http://justlittlethings.net, which has a list of pleasures in life. The list is added to daily and is in a convenient form so you can pin, facebook, or tweet a "little thing" that you enjoy. Here are a few of the little things that I found on the website and decided to share with you!  Enjoy! I think I may start my own list of the little things that I am truly blessed with but I so often take for granted...what do you think??





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  1. good stuff -- could be part of your April "challenge"???

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