If you listen carefully, you’ll discover, even in these troubled times, Mother Nature still loves her children and I can prove it.
Quiet little puddles have an incredible reaction when you foot stomp them.
Nothing is quite as carefree as kicking dry autumn leaves.
If you look at clouds long enough, they turn into horses and dragons and sailing ships and the lost creatures from Labyrinth.
When you mow the lawn, it smells good.
Belinda Carlisle and Chrissie Hynde can still sing.
If you could smell “hungry,” it would be fresh-out-of-the-oven cinnamon rolls.
Mittens are warm.
Children really don’t understand the difference between physics and magic.
At some point, somebody kissed you, and they meant it.
When a two-year-old offers anybody a toy telephone, even the biggest badass in history will answer it.
All the crazy cool stuff we can do with chocolate.
It’s not illegal to sing in the shower.
Bras are removable.
With no encouragement at all, a cat on your lap will purr.
French men could read Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion and it would sound sexy. French women could recite the Marseille telephone book.
Nobody is ever going to find out where the extra sock came from, who ate the last cookie and put the box back on the shelf, or why on Earth Charlize Theron hooked up with Seth Rogen in Long Shot.
People who breathe helium sound funny when they talk.
Sometimes, Oreos go on sale!
All any of us needs to be happy is a cup of coffee, a gorgeous sunrise and two million dollars.