Happiness is a warm beach


There’s no doubt in my mind that happiness is a warm beach.

Nothing more to say about it.

Here’s one in the morning looking out over a bay with dormant volcanoes in the background (the same bay to be seen in the banner photo at the top of this blog).

The start of a perfect day.

It was taken last Christmas, which makes me even happier to think that back in Old Blighty people were trying to keep the cold out. I was wearing shorts and a tea shirt.

Who would want it any other way?

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2 thoughts on “Happiness is a warm beach

  1. I enjoyed this! By co-incidence, I am trying to finish my part of a publication with the philosopher John White on the importance of student well-being when designing a curriculum.

    Cheers,

    Michael

    From: behrfacts <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: behrfacts <comment+p3k39rjvh1h8uffsw10n8d@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Sunday, 30 September 2012 20:34 To: Michael Reiss <m.reiss@ioe.ac.uk> Subject: [New post] Happiness is a warm beach

    behrfacts posted: ” There’s no doubt in my mind that happiness is a warm beach. Nothing more to say about it. Here’s one in the morning looking out over a bay with dormant volcanoes in the background (the same bay to be seen in the banner photo at the top of this bl”

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