Thursday, February 17, 2011

Share The Joy Thursday


This week has been one of those rare ones that is not packed full of doctors appointments and any number of errands to run. Meaning plain and simply {{WE}} time for J.D. and I. Having put a few things on hold for a while, we decided that we would take care of some of those things on Tuesday. I am thinking that it would be difficult for the average urban dweller to grasp the fact that when you live in the country in the Midwest and you say you are 'going to town', it is still a country experience.  



 Our trip to town included a trip to the post office to place a couple of packages in the mail. I seldom go to the post office any more since they now sell postage stamps at the grocery stores. For whatever strange reason that is a part of me, I have always enjoyed going to the post office. It rates right up the with book stores, art supply shops and and office supply stores, where I am concerned. These places are a treat to my senses. So I was looking forward to the trip to our little Post Office. 

As I took my place in line at the Post Office I was in a good mood because we had already taken care of two things that we had put off for quite a while. 



That good mood turned to plain and simple JOY! when from the far reaches of our little post office I heard the morning song of a rooster....... !!! Now I am no stranger to going to the post office in the spring and hearing the sounds of little biddies coming from the back of the post office, but this was a first for me. I have never heard a rooster's song coming from the back room. This was early afternoon so his clock was off by quite a few hours. It just reaffirmed for me that spring is right around the corner, bringing a smile to my face and lifting my soul from a good mood to pure JOY!


What brought you JOY! this week? 
Come Share The JOY!

Have a BLESSED and JOYFUL week!

6 comments:

Lois Evensen said...

Hi Jo,

I love your new page layout. Very, very nice.

Joy this week? Being with my family. We never know when we will no longer be able to hear a loved one's voice.

Hugs,
Lois

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

It seems to me that what you are saying is this: Joy is a choice.

Incandescent Joy

Meri said...

That would put a big smile on my face -- especially since I live in a more urban area.

Peacefully*Chaotic said...

What a lovely post!I too enjoy those place you mentioned!=)
it felt lie a spring day for me as well!Just something wonderful to look forward to..in the meantime we find joy in the little glimpses of sunny days to come!blessings!

miss*R said...

do you know that going to the post office is something that brings back memories from childhood for me - the smells and all the bits especially..

foxysue said...

Love the rooster pic and post office post - perfect.

Sue x