Thursday, June 19, 2014

SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS



Now the obvious S word for today is Spanking.  Who of us didn't use this word.  Well for one, me, at least not as my main word.  I chose Serendipity.  I just love the sound of that word.  When I hear that word I think of carefree adventures, like running though a field of fresh mown grass, or through the sand to jump into the water, or riding in a convertible with the wind blowing and the music loud.  Can't you just feel all those things?

Serendipity is also the name of an old movie (2001) starring John Cusak and Kate Beckinsale.  

Another S is Smile.  I smile a lot, or so I've been told. I especially love to smile at people who look grouchy and mad at the world.  I've noticed if you manage to get their eye and smile at them, nine times out of ten you will get one back. It makes you both feel better, so go ahead and put that smile on your face.

Before you go, I have to share at least one spanking visual, after all it's what we crave and write about, isn't it?









15 comments:

  1. Great S's Sunny! I do love to smile. When I walk down the street and smile at people, they sometimes get a puzzled look on their face like "do I know you?" but will still smile at me. ;) Thanks for the pic!

    Hugs and Blessings...
    Cat

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    1. Thanks Cat. I do the same. It makes us both happy.

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  2. Great post Sunny and nice pic:) I too like to smile at people as I walk down the street.

    Hugs
    Roz

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  3. Serendipity...A new word for me, SG. I've never heard that word before.
    Thank you,
    Mona Lisa

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    1. Glad I was able to teach you a new word. It's a word that's full of whimsy.

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  4. SG,

    Serendipity - I love that word as well.

    Smiles are good. Makes me smile when I've smiled at someone and they look at me as though I've got too head but I don't care. It makes me happy to smile.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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    1. It makes me happy too. I think if you have a smile on the outside, it's hard to be sad on the inside.

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  5. Wonderful words today - but 'old movie' from 2001 - what are you twenty? Love the picture!

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    1. Okay, should have said "older" movie. Old meaning, not that recent. I don't wish I was 20, but maybe twenty years younger.

      I really love that picture too.

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  6. I love the word spanking and the picture. PK is hilarious, but 2001 isn't really that old

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    1. No, it's not - it's a year younger than my grandson. I guess it was a poor choice of words.

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  7. I love smiles myself! It does help when we are surrounded by happiness and when we surround others too!
    Love that picture!

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  8. Loved this post! I loved the movie Serendipity! Best movie ever!!

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