If you chase enough rabbits,
you'll make a trail. Come
down those trails with me.
Photo #5 is the best :-)Keep on smiling :-)~Ron
I think my natural face isn't too smiley. I'm working on it because I don't like others to think I'm miserable.
my natural face isn't all smiley either... love your smile!!!
if you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it.........that song haunts me......
they all look right to me...but the smile is great. :)
You made me smile!
I love it.I have this look that people think I am mad too... it isn't that at all, my face looks like that when I am *thinking* They call it my McBryar (my maiden name) face, because it makes me look like my Daddy.I love the smiley face, it makes me smile too! :)
What if we're not happy...and we know it....
In the last picture she is thinking about me ;-)
If you're not happy and you know it....stomp your feet. Sing a song. Say a prayer. Call a friend. Hug a baby. Color a picture. Drink a whole pot of coffee by yourself. Read Psalm 23. Clean your oven. Make chicken and dumplings. buy a lemon. Paint your toenails pink. There.
I love the series of pics leading to a big ole' laugh! I knew it was in ya! Actually, you remind me of me, I often have a very serious almost stern face and I have to explain it's really my natural nothin' face. Others too think I'm sad or mad, but I'm kind of nothin' really. Never thought about that song haunting, now I will, thanks. Norma
Even your eyes smile!
Everyone always thinks I'm mad too. My mom and I even got into a little tif because she said it looked like she had made me mad, but I told her I wasn't. And I wasn't mad at all. I just don't show how I feel on the outside. I've always been like that, introverted. She said I have to work on commmunicating that I'm not mad, but it's hard when people don't listen to you and you just look troubled. It makes me feel silly trying to be something that I'm not. Like going around with an abnormal, big, goofy smile on my face. I suppose I can try. :D
Oh I love it! A smile really does make a big difference, doesn't it?
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