Wednesday, May 30, 2007

I like it when...

People smile at me from across the room.

People run over to say hello.

Someone says "You look nice today" or "I'm so happy to see you".

Someone tells me they like me.

People laugh at my jokes...not at me for making the joke.

I make delicious funfetti cupcakes and people actually enjoy them.

My birthday party is filled with people that love me.

People are honest, gently honest.

I leave work feeling like I was so productive, and actually a fun co-worker.

I receive unexpected, non-holiday-related gifts.

People call me Alice.

A memory is triggered that makes me smile, while I'm walking through Target by myself.

I get for-no-reason text messages.

Someone looks me in the eye and compliments me.

A friend is trustworthy.

I get to watch The O.C. with Katie...while eating Oreos and milk.

I get to stay in an icy cold hotel room with no early morning plans.

I wake up and still have over an hour before my alarm will go is so good.

A joke catches me off-guard and I can laugh about it all day.

What do you like?


Pete Di Lallo said...

I like it when you write blogs that make me think and I can't wait to comment...
I like it when you tell us about the fancy food you eat at your favorite eateries...some not so fancy but you make the food sound mouth-watering...
OH, and I like you!
and I didn't know what it was called before today but I love re-sleeping too...

Kate E said...

I like all of the same things. You are my soul friend. If you are wondering why i am replying to this blog's because I have a cold...and I am sleepy...and I can't concentrate....but this is making me excited to work again.

heather.christianne said...

i LOVE re-sleeping.

i love checking my blog to see a lot of comments have appeared, assuring me that people actually read it.

next time I see you I will run up and hug you, look you in the eye, and tell you that i am really glad to see you and that you look beautiful today. then i will laugh at your joke, not at you.

count on it.

TS Harrison said...

- I like it when someone makes me a grilled cheese sandwich for no reason. mmmm
- I like when I've finished working outside or with my hands and feel even more manly than usual.
- I like it when I see a women in uniform (not the most flattering outfit, but they seem to have a confidence, assurance, and a "put-together-ness" that's really attractive).
- I like it when a cool breeze hits my ankles, especially if I'm wearing pants.
- I like it when I accomplish a rather difficult challenge when playing Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.
- I like it when an Audrey Hepburn movie comes on TV and I have nothing to do, but sit down and watch.
- I like it when I go to Red Robin and that annoying bird leaves me alone.
- I like it when Caedmon's Call announces that Derek Webb has rejoined the group.
- I like it when I find money in the dryer.
- I like it when people return e-mails promptly.
- I like it when my parents invite me over because their grilling steak.
- I like it when the roads are clear on my way to work.
- I like it when people say I should have children, even though it scares me to death.
- I like it when a girl accepts my invitation to go on a date, and my blood pressure returns to normal.
- I like it when it rains and I can sit on my balcony and read.
- I like it when Mark Buchanan publishes a new book.
- I like it when I can sit around with college buddies and retell stories from the "day".
- I like it when I have day old chin stubble.
- I like it when my shampoo makes my scalp tingle.
- I like it when shoes have that new shoe smell.
- I like it when I can put my feet up at the movie theater.
- I like it when I reconnect with a long lost friend.
- I like it when someone ask to pray with me.
- I like it when I can hang out with my sisters.
- I like it when trust is given to me.
- I like it when I really trust.
- I like it when I can get a slurpee at 7-Eleven.
- I like it when I have a bag of sunflower seeds, a bottle of Dr. Pepper and more than 5 hours of open road.
- I like it when I look back and realize "it" is always better because I was living in the moment and then have to ponder the irony of the fact that I have to look back to realize it, therefore leaving that moment I should be living.

poncho said...

I agree with all of those things Alice! :-)

Julie Hibbard said...

I like you.