Oh, my dear, can you even imagine? Yes, do allow your mind to go there.
Two and a Half Hours of Pure Joy
Mort grinned at John some time into the project and said, "It's been two and a half hours of pure joy, right John?"
Now they really did seem to be having some fun, but my house was a disaster area, no electricity so I couldn't amuse myself by sewing or by being on the computer. I did eat...as I recall...it all went by in a blur...an entire jar of candy corn. (Yes, we are still on our eating program.)
Two and a half hours of something considerably less than joy
I have not yet learned how to make myself content in all situations nor to consider it all joy. I should take lessons from Molly (the poodle) there who curled up on one end of a crowded sofa and napped using the birdhouse for a pillow.
Finally, I thought of my camera. Here are a few of the sweeter vignettes I found among the piles.
Truly the Last of the Flowers...Clematis, Rose, Geranium
So, should you find yourself in a mess (a white mess) today and tomorrow, so many of us will, try to find the sweet joys lying all around.