>Listing Happy Things

>Nancy Henderson (I’ve since put a hex on her! *evil grin*) tagged for a game of happy things. I’m suppose to list six things that make me happy. The odd thing is, I’m not sure what the statement “make me happy” really means. I know I get pleasure from things, but generally, I make myself happy. IOWs, I’m personally responsible for my own happiness. *grin* Didn’t know someone could get analytical with something so simple as a game of Blog Tag, did you! LOL

Sooooo….I think I’ll list things that give me pleasure. And the top six finalists are…..

1. The scale shows a drastic drop in numbers when I step on it.
2. Putting the finishing touches on a new book
3. Knowing I’ve made someone else’s life a little brighter
4. Hearing a reader enjoyed one of my stories.
5. Camping at Douthat State Park. It’s peaceful.
6. Hugs from my family. It shows I’m loved.

Now I’m supposed to tag someone else, but I’m not sure how to do via Blogger, so I’m going to spare others, unless I can send them Nancy’s way Bwwwwaaahahahahaha

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About Monica Burns

A bestselling author of erotic romance, Monica Burns penned her first short romance story at the age of nine when she selected the pseudonym she uses today. From the days when she hid her stories from her sisters to her first completed full-length manuscript, she always believed in her dream despite rejections and setbacks. A workaholic wife and mother, Monica believes it’s possible for the good guy to win if they work hard enough.

4 thoughts on “>Listing Happy Things

  1. >Done Nancy. It wasn’t that big of hex anyway. It was one of those send her many bloggers to her blog kind. *grin*

  2. >That was a great list, Monica. I wouldn’t have tagged you if I didn’t love your writing! (Can you undo the hex now???) 🙂

  3. >So I was reading the blog and realized that I fulfilled two or your happiness meters.

    #3 Cause you did something super sweet for me recently.

    #4 Totally love your books, that’s a given.