Finding joy in the tiniest of things

I woke up and discovered my second camellia bush has a bloom. 14 years must be the magic number because this is my second 14 year patiently wait bloomer! The first one bloomed about a month ago and was red. This one is not what I expected at all. So excited. I gave her a kiss. It’s true!

I wondered what she would look like for 14 years! The bush has grown huge and I imagined this massive flower would emerge. But this precious tiny white flower with pink trim showed up and I could not be happier.

Happiness= finding joy in the tiniest of things.

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