The happiest time in my life so far has been coming into full communion with the Catholic Church. so yeah, finding the religion that I believe to contain the fullness of the Truth was the happiest moment in my life.
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The happiest time in my life is spending time with my 7 year old grandson. More specifically, (he and his mum live with us) when he climbs into our bed in the morning saying, "Is it ok to have a snuggle Nanny?" Nothing makes me happier, and I mean NOTHING!!
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I believ i am happy everyday because as the old saying goes 'everyday above ground is a bonus' lol. My personal saying is 'you live your life in your head' and therefore you decide how you wnat to be everyday. I find too many people are searching for something external to make them happy instead of taking responsibility for how they live life
A very happy time for me, and my wife, happened after I suffered many long sickly years of failing health, as a result of Heart Failure, when my Failed Heart and health started to improve instead of continuing to get worse. I got a new lease on life!
CHF, A-Fib, HBP, Diabetes, Asthma doing great
⇒ Avoid chemicals;triggers;irritants;toxins
⇒ Ten years- 30,182 BPs
⇒ egg and fish diet 60% fat;20% carb;20%prot
⇒ Power walk,weight lifts,pushups
1- Getting married.
2- The birth of our children.
3 - Winning the lottery.
Winning the lottery would definitely be a happy moment, indeed! haha!
My happiest moments:
1. Having Mcdonalds hashbrowns with my grandfather, every morning he drove me to school, when I was 6 years old.
2. Meeting my niece for the very first time.
3. When my current boyfriend asked if I could be his girlfriend (it's actually a cute story).
4. Teaching my very first classroom.
Interesting question....I'd say I'm happy now. But not always...In fact, I have bipolar disorder, fibromyalgia, and a slew of other health problems. I find that I'm accumulating more and more as I age--like an old car with parts breaking down, I guess. I'll just say "I'm in my mid-fifties." I like Christmas time the best. I look forward to it every year.
I think Lincoln once said something like, "People are as happy as they make up their minds to be."
What's the happiest time for you?
the birth of my first born, and then the birth of my second which completed our family. buying my first house,and the completsion of my home in which i have built for my family.