If you ask me, I don't like this berry plant that much. Sure it looked cute, but because the plant blooms very easily and would have lots of berries that would fall off the ground, I would always pluck little plants from the ground because if I didn't, our garden would be turn into a forest. However, when a photo challenge called for "something pink," I decided to use the berries as my subject, and I realized... even if something is annoying at times, it still has a purpose, and it can still do something good.
My mom, sister, and I went out to do grocery shopping, and for dinner I suggested we eat at Le Coeur de France because we haven't eaten there yet. For the last few days, I have been complaining of very full tummy (I tend to overeat at dinner, so I am getting bigger and bigger), so I just went for a sandwich. This might look big, but this was fairly less than what I usually eat, so aside from spending quality time with my girls, I was able to eat less, too.
The green rings on my plate were from the ampalaya (bitter melon - scientific name: momordica charantia) fruits I harvested from the seeds I planted some months back. It may be bitter, but knowing I planted and cared for this, it sure tasted sweet.
Also, having my cat Oreo near me as I eat is another reason to be happy.
I was browsing my old scrapbooking magazines, and as I flip the pages, not only was I able to learn something new, I was also reminded of things I should do. This was the first page I saw... and after photographing this, I was able to read more and more inspirational words, which I will share on Friday.
It feels good to be happy, hope you are happy always, too!