Happy Place

As I prepared to join my (forever) church home online this morning, I wasn’t even thinking about my “happiest place on earth” and where that might be. Were you?

As, my “preacher man”, the Pastor of LBC, Chad Hopkins, began his sermon, he asked everyone one simple question. ‘When you think of happiness, where is your “happiest place on earth”?’ Most of us think of Disney Land or Disney World right? I mean that is their slogan. For Chad, it’s in the mountains of Colorado with his family. For my husband, it’s the solitude of being in a deer blind, just him and nature. We all have our one place that makes us feel closer to happiness than any other place in the world.

Since I’m not one for cold places for very long at a time these days, because it hurts my body so bad, I do enjoy traveling and visiting lots of different places in the world. However, my absolute “happy place” is just being at home. I enjoy being home with my husband, when he’s able to be here with us, and our animals more than any other place on earth.

As so many during this pandemic have been posting about how miserable they are by being “stuck at home” following CDC guidelines, I have truly enjoyed the majority of it. Of course, there’s days when I want to get out and about and be with people, so I do, but over all I have not hated being able to work from home; not having to even put clothes on if I don’t want to. I enjoy staying in my pj’s and being able to stay comfortable all day long. I love being able to lounge around with my animals and not have to put them up while I’m away so they won’t destroy anything. I enjoy sitting in the silence, I rarely turn the tv on, and only hearing the air conditioner running in the back ground, the sound of the ice maker freezing ice, the animals playing with their toys, and other noises that my house makes.

It’s in the “silence” that I can truly listen to God and Holy Spirit within me so I truly enjoy just hangin out at home.

Honestly, I am not looking forward to going back to normal in the work place. Of course I miss being with my co workers and talking and laughing and spending time with them but through technology we’ve still been able to see one another when we need to or when we just want to see one anothers faces.

Don’t misunderstand, I will be happy to return to normal but my point is that I’m not miserable living out the pandemic issues either.

So, let me ask you, Where is YOUR happy place? Where do you long to be for enjoyment and pleasure? Or are you in your happy place right where you are as well?

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