1. A decent cubano sandwich 2. Sunshine 3. When the welling up anxiety or anger can be redirected into the joy circuit 

Back here on the SG. It isn't a substitute for real friends but fills a void of some sort. Hope you have been and are well. 1. Having friendly neighbors 2. Green Spot whiskey 3. Camping

1. Hummingbirds 2. Horses 3. Sunshine. I'm tapering off meds with 5HTP and tyrosine (no great evidence for either but the logic that more building blocks for seratonin and dopamine may result in more of it being around makes sense, a little magnesium might help too as I think it is part of the enzymatic machinery involved in seratonin production). So far no teeth clenching anger (early sign of depression for me) but it is the season of light. Hope you transition to thriving soon!

1. Legs 2 . The luxury of feeling joy when programmed to view the world through a filter of bitter rage 3. Biking uphill

1. we have some semblance of a neighborhood, I mean I know many of my neighbors and have them in the house once in a while.  2. baked brie 3. when kids play together well

1. My four year old finally decided to ride his tag a long bike and loved it. 2. salmon in butter 3. the return of the season of light

1. The mountains this time of year are majestic (you will love being in proximity to the Cascades wish I did) 2. Chinese take away (eating out in Portland is fan-fucking-tastic wish I was eating there right now) 3. Exercise (4. The Pogues)

1. My son playing in the storage bin we were trying to use to get organized. 2. getting time to exercise 3. having enough income not to have to sweat the $20 so my own can ride crappy carnival rides and totally love it.

1. My four month old son only cried for reasons I could understand today. 2. Global warming has brought an early spring. 3. Home-made pizza

Hope you are super busy with your newly invigorated work life :) today would be 1. Lasagna 2. Shaving 3. My son on his balance bike...kinda the dead of a dreary winter up here

Bruce Feiler: Agile programming -- for your family this dude is kind of churchy but my kids are a touch young for this but I thought of your sitch. In case the link is bunk it is a TED talk so you could go to the site and search the dudes name

treuntas:
I shall check it out @satanachist.... sounds like it's up my alley.

1. Chicken curry 2.  Ibarra chocolate mocha 3. Imagining that I was giving myself a loving hug at ages 5, 12, 17,20,28, sometime in my 30s and now. Makes me cry like a bitch in a cathartic way for some reason

A few days ago would have been #'s 1,2,3 all Marajade going pink. Today 1. Getting back into an exercise routine 2. Time with my youngest son 3. Book group not sucking like I was worried it might 

For yesterday: 1 After a three month hiatus getting back to strength training (at half the previous weight) 2. Friends stopping by for dinner semi-spontaneously 3. The after work out shower 

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1. Even though it is corporate hell whiskey- Jameson in the egg nog 2. Slow baked chicken with bones for beans tomorrow 3. Experience to draw on

treuntas:
Well played @satanachist, well played. 
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In a low spot is a good time to review your pattern to see how little it takes to feel happy or positive. I was hoping to collect the data for you but haven't had the time. Mine were time with my child, good food/drink, sunny/warm weather, time with friends, time for self care (exercise, yoga, meditation) 1. Swim shirts 2. The way friends are made when traveling 3. Good coffee secrets

From dutch

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thank you for the lovely comment on my set!! It's really appreciated :)

treuntas:
Absolutely @dutch, my pleasure. Very fine set.