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    I have my days where I can't smile but usually I try to find a private reason, something small to smile about like...those were really lovely wild flowers there reminding me of my Mum or look at that little'in smiling at his Mum like that...or...we have enough food in the house and shelter and money might be tight but we have each other.

    Smiling lowers blood pressure and it also tells others...that you are open for conversation and sometimes it tells people....What the Hell is she smilin' at?!! Nut! lol

    But seriously, smiling is good..I have seen the magick. you just have to time it sometimes. lol

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    I try to not force a smile. If it made me look like Mona Lisa and made everyone wonder whether or not I'd just had the best orgasm ever, that'd be one thing. But it doesn't. It makes me look constipated.

    The other night, on America's Got Talent a comedian opened with
    "If you're going to pee in the pool (full voice, pause),
    and hope to get away with it (almost as an aside, pause),
    you should probably *be* in the pool."

    I just realized: the beats are the same as Jeff Foxworthy's "You might be a redneck".

    I've been laughing off and on ever since. Things like that amuse me. I store them up for when I need them, and keep them until the effect wears off. By the time it wears off, I'll get a new one.

    Other go-to's: animals, baby animals, little kids, the candor of old people--omg, old people are a riot!--flowers, art, cool bugs, a good meme, Sarah Palin in a Snow White caricature with her cronies as the Seven Dwarves...

    MM
    "Our past is a story existing only in our minds. Look, analyze, understand, and forgive. Then, as quickly as possible, chuck it." ~ Marianne Williamson

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    I kid you not...
    For the past 6 months I've been starting each day by eating breakfast while watching an old episode of the Rocky & Bullwinkle Show, on DVDs from the library. When I finally got to the end of all five seasons last week, I just started over at the beginning again. They are hilarious, and the best way I know to get in a really good smiley mood every morning.
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