If this doesn’t make you smile, you win.

But I’m pretty sure I won.

These guys are infectious. In a good way.

Watch it. Capture the “feel.” Keep it on all weekend.

Have a good one.

 

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This morning, I saw a post on Facebook by a friend Mike Wong that really, really made me happy. I mean smile on my face happy. The kind of happy that makes me feel a bit lighter and a bit brighter.

After all the negativity online and vitriol against this and that, this was a breath of cool, clean, and pure fresh air.

Guys, thanks for doing this. You’re making an impact far more than you can ever imagine. Keep it up.

Follow these heroes on:

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/ProjectHelloStranger
BLOG: HelloStrangerProject.wordpress.com
TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/HelloStranger12

If you love what they do and want to join them, sign up here =D :
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Philippians 4:8  – Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, dwell on these things.

Simple frivolity like this makes me happy. And add to it great music, open fields and skies, I’m giving my 876kg stamp of approval.

And happy cows do not cow peh cow boo you know?

I spent so much of my childhood with him (and Scarry) and I still think he’s genius. Happy Birthday Dr. Suess. Thanks for everything. Here’s a little birthday piece for you 🙂

New day

Good day

Good is day?

Day is good

Bad news

No News

Good News

I like news in bed

I like news in red

Wait? Red news?

Read News

News I read

Read the news

Eating Green Eggs and Ham

With the Cat in the Hat

What’s the news?

There’s a goose on the loose

And a moose in my juice

Happy Birthday Suess.

Happy Birthday Suess!

I had lunch alone at Everton Park today. It was a lovely lunch. I had just finished a productive meeting. It was raining and had a hot bowl of fish ball tang hoon soup. But this is not just about the food.

As I was eating, I couldn’t help noticing this couple. They could be granddaughter and grandmother, mother and daughter or just friends. But whatever they case, they were talking and laughing all the time. When I say all the time, I’m not kidding. The obviously enjoyed each other’s company tremendously. And when they caught my eyes, and I smiled at them, they smiled back in spontaneous, innocent joy.

The Saturday lunch that warmed my belly and heart. Got more than my $3 worth 🙂

Oh, and for those of you who must see food, here is the lunch. Loads of crispy lard. I shouldn’t but I did 😉

She is an inspiration. We need more like her. Thank you Aunty Teresa 🙂