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Scheduled Smiles

9 Responses

  1. Love this. Thank you.

  2. Fab-fab-fabulous idea. I am generally a happy person. After all, I AM retired but this idea of planning is something I can pass on to all my friends. Just thinking about it makes me smile. Thanks for sharing. 😉

  3. Absolutely love this idea! Now, I just need to invest in a calender! (:

  4. Sanibel says:

    This is such a great idea. You hit the nail on the head, nothing is to small to schedule sometimes:)

  5. Colleen says:

    Thanks. This brought back such memories. I am not generally a spontaneous person — but one summer I said yes to every invitation (except one that followed a surgery). It was one of the best summer’s ever. I still try to say yes way more than I say no. 🙂

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