100 Happy Days Challenge: Day 100

The end

When I started the Happy Days Challenge, I thought I would go out with a bang on Day 100.   Some cool photographic work of art that would wow everyone.

Now that it’s here, I’m ending on a note of quiet reflection.  Driving between Red Deer and Calgary tonight, I thought about what this whole challenge meant to me.  Why did I feel the need to participate in something that forced me to find something happy about each day.  Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while know that it can be difficult for me to be positive about my life.  I think that, as hokey as it sounds, I needed something like this little project to redirect my thoughts and to force me to focus on the positive instead of the negative.  The Project 365 I did last year was about seeing the world in a different way.  The Happy Days Challenge was about seeing the happiness in my world as I see it.

There won’t be daily blog posts for a while.  I need a little break.  But, I’ll be back when the muse strikes.  Perhaps with another installment of the Zombie story.  Perhaps with more photos from my frequent travels for work.  You’ll have to just wait and see 🙂

July 9, 2014
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