While preparing for today’s blog post, I came across the term “confetti moments” and assumed I knew what that meant.
To me, “confetti moments” are when you choose to celebrate …
- something you’ve accomplished,
- somebody/something you love, or
- just being alive.
I remember moments when I would say this to patients who had good news to report: “I wish I had some confetti I could throw right now!” I even fantasized about inventing a reusable confetti-moment device that threw confetti attached to invisible, retractable strings.
In a day filled with confetti moments yesterday, my husband Michael and I had one last night when my car wouldn’t start after we had dinner out at a favorite restaurant. Working together, we figured out the problem and easily fixed it! 🎉
Do you see confetti moments in my images for today?
Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “confetti moments.”
Thanks to all who give me confetti moments, including YOU!