Day 304: The Best Day of the Year

I remember times when Halloween, October 31, was the best day of the whole year.

I got to dress up, as something else …

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… and there was candy.

Case closed.

I’m not dressing up in costumes these days, but there are lots of reasons why today could be the best day of this year, including:

1.  The Boston Red Sox are World Series champions!

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Note: That photo is from ustoday.com, which is including these headlines:  “Home at Last,” and “Red Sox savor title, comfort at home.” (I like a lot of those words, as well as the image.)

2.  It’s Halloween!  I still like seeing how other people (and some animals) dress up, even though I don’t.

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Note: That photo was labelled #Abe”purr”ham Lincoln on Facebook today.

3.  It’s the third anniversary of the day I met Michael, my boyfriend.

4.  Isn’t that enough?

 

During this year —  My Year of Living Non-Judgmentally — I’ve thought and written about Good Days/Bad Days, in many different ways.

For example, I’ve invited people to consider this: “Bad day/good day” thoughts might — at times —  get in the way of the making the most of each moment (see here for a post about that). And people have found that perspective helpful, at times.

But, Geeze Louise!

Some days are just friggin’ great, no matter how you look at them.

Thanks to all of you, for visiting today.

 

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16 thoughts on “Day 304: The Best Day of the Year

  1. loracdog

    CG

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  2. Happy Best Day of the Year!! So many reasons to be thankful.

  3. clayton paul

    Enjoyed the post, Ann…(even though I was rooting for the Cardinals!)

    Enjoy your day, in the moment!

    Clayton

  4. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    I enjoyed this. I so love old old photos 🙂 Love the cat photo too!

  5. The cat looks thrilled…

  6. Halloween is the only ‘Holiday’ I celebrate.
    Well of course aside from Texas Independance Day.
    😉

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