Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The Happiness Project :: A Stunning Last Day

I don't particularly miss the steamy Maryland summers, but my home state did its very best to make sure I went back to Texas not just a little homesick.  What a fantastic last day of vaction:  clear skies, low humidity, and plenty of time to trapse around Baltimore's harbor.  And just when we thought it couldn't get any better, we found...
crab silly bands!! 
It just doesn't get any happier than this.

And you?  What's making you happy on this fine day?  Join the fun over at Leigh vs. Laundry why don't ya.

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14 comments:

leigh said...

Baltimore looks really cool!

singedwingangel said...

OH tha is a beautiful place and woot woot on the silly bandz find.

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Super cute silly bands.

Sarah said...

Baltimore looks like a pretty place to visit!

Jocelyn Christensen said...

I love the crabby silly bands! And I recognized the harbor right away! Such a fun place! Enjoy!

MommyLovesStilettos said...

those crab silly bands are too cute!!

Stopping by from Leigh's :)

Sara said...

Maryland is on my list of places to go, and my husband doesn't understand why. I showed him that donut and now I will show him this and maybe I'll get to use my new luggage.....

Dee Crowe said...

Cute bands! Some day I hope to visit Maryland...

From Tracie said...

I love the cool architecture going on there. The silly bands aren't bad either. =)

T @ Poppy Place said...

Sorry your vaca is over but it looks like you had fun :)

My son so wanted to go to school at Towson so he could hang out in Baltimore. Looks like a great place to be :) T.

R Montalban said...

So glad you had a nice time, love this Happiness Project and seeing what makes everyone smile

Kassie said...

crab silly bands! that is hysterical.

Nancy E said...

Schuyler loves silly bands too! Very creative with your Maryland theme..... :) it looks beautiful there!

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Mama Zen said...

My daughter would love that!