1. the quality or state of being happy.
2. good fortune; pleasure; contentment; joy.
Origin: 1520–30; happy + -ness—Related forms
. pleasure, joy, exhilaration, bliss, contentedness, delight, enjoyment, satisfaction. Happiness, bliss, contentment, felicity imply an active or passive state of pleasure or pleasurable satisfaction. Happiness results from the possession or attainment of what one considers good: the happiness of visiting one's family. Bliss is unalloyed happiness or supreme delight: the bliss of perfect companionship. Contentment is a peaceful kind of happiness in which one rests without desires, even though every wish may not have been gratified: contentment in one's surroundings. Felicity is a formal word for happiness of an especially fortunate or intense kind: to wish a young couple felicity in life.
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the video alone makes me crack up!!!
What makes me happy:
crafting, friends, family, smiles, sweet gestures, reading, sunny days, cuddling, little kids, the beach, food, yummy coffee, feel good movies, new music, riding in the car with the windows down, dressing up, wearing sweats, traveling, jokes, hugs, kisses, big sweaters, blogging, making new friends, sleeping in, staying up late, snail mail, and of course God.
What makes you happy???
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