Monday, March 6, 2017

The Tag of Hapiness


Felicity tagged me for little ol' tag, which I did before quite some time ago. (if you didn't see hers due to technical problems, click on her name and it'll show up)
 It'll be interesting to see if my answers have changed much since the first time. ;)
Ready? Here we goooooo! *Peter Pan's voice*

Some movies that make me happy:

Meet Me in St. Louis
The King and I
The Sound of Music
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
High Noon
Meet John Doe
You Can't Take it With You
The FBI Story
It's a Wonderful Life
Winchester 73

The Great Escape
Old Yeller
Savage Sam
The Moon-Spinners
Summer Magic
The Barefoot Executive
Follow Me, Boys!
Freaky Friday(The OLD ONE)
That Darn Cat
The Apple Dumpling Gang
Johnny Tremain
So Dear to My Heart

Man From the Snowy River
Amazing Grace
Geronimo: An American Legend
The Shadow Riders
Saving Mr. Banks
Rawhide (TV series)
The Big Valley (TV series))
The Dick Van Dyke Show (TV series)
Hogan's Heroes (TV series
The Andy Griffith Show (TV series)
The Waltons (TV series)




Some books that make me happy:

Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter
Pollyanna Grows Up by Eleanor H. Porter
Pollyanna's Jewels by Harriet Lummis Smith
Heidi by Johanna Spyri
Little House on the Prairie Series by Laura Ingalls Wilder
The Inner Life of Abraham Lincoln: Six Months in the White House by F. B. Carpenter
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Shalako by Louis L'Amour
The Daybreakers by Louis L'Amour
Borden Chantry by Louis L'Amour
Dark Canyon by Louis L'Amour
To Tame a Land by Louis L'Amour
Man Called Noon by Louis L'Amour


Some songs that make me happy:

There Is A God by Reba McEntire
I Still Sing Jesus Loves Me by Dennis Weaver
Work Through My Hands, Lord by Dennis Weaver
Lookin For Love by Johnny Lee
In the Shelter of Your Eyes by Don Williams
Sing Me Back Home by Don Williams
Then It's Love by Don Williams
Call Me Old Fashioned by Bradley Walker
The Right Hand of Fellowship by Bradley Walker
Why Me, Lord? by Bradley Walker
Hometown Girl by Josh Turner
One Woman Man by Josh Turner
Me and God by Josh Turner
When God Comes and Gathers His Jewels by Hank Williams
I Saw the Light by Hank Williams
God's Coloring Book by Charley Pride
Burgers and Fries by Charley Pride
Walk Through This World With Me by George Jones
Turning to the Light by Joey+Rory
The Horse Nobody Could Ride by Joey+Rory
That's Important to Me by Joey+Rory
Heart of the Wood by Joey+Rory
Till I See You Again by Kevin Welch
I Still Got a Crush on You by Davis Daniel
Be My Angel by Lionel Cartwright
Step by Step by Eddie Rabbit
Walk on Faith by Mike Reid


Some foods that make me happy:

Roast Beef, Mashed potatoes and gravy <3
Pasty
Creamy Chicken Casserole
Hobo Dinners
Strawberry Pie
Strawberry Milkshakes
Strawberries, in general ;)
Taco sauce!!!!!!
Steak
Hamburgers and Fries
Baked Beans
Ribs
Brisket
Caesar Salad
French Bread
Peach Tea
V8
Pretzels and Jalapeno cheese
Red apples
Green apples w/ Almond Butter
Ice Cream
Molasses cookies



Some words that make me happy:

Jesus
love
redeemed
forgiven
blessed
peace
joy
hope
soar
inspire
home
country
western


Other things that make me happy:

Stars in a great big dark sky
sunsets
mountains
Fir trees
sunny days
rainy nights
wet, misty, foggy days
driving fourwheelers
driving down the road with the window down
family! <3
babies
puppies
reading a good Louis L'Amour on a cold night
bonfire on a cold nights
*ahem* Cold nights, in general
barbecues
guitars
fiddles
playing piano


That's all folks! *Porky Pig's voice that time*

I hope you enjoyed!

I tag
Emily @ Living Through Jesus
Julia @ The Barefoot Gal
Sophia @ Lavender & Blue

                                                        LaKaysha

18 comments:

  1. I watched a lot of the movies but I actually haven't read very many of the books you listed. I remember I read Pollyanna in school and loved it but I had almost forgot about it:)

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    1. It's been a while since I read it, too, but I remember loving it, and it reminds me of childhood. :)
      You're fast, by the way. ;) This wasn't even on here for five minutes. LOl

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    2. Oh yes;) I keep checking to see if anyone mentioned my lamb chops;) Daminika did like a good child.

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    3. *Giggle*
      I posted mine BEFORE I ate the yumminess!

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    4. I forgot! Gasp! I would have put your delicious masterpiece if I had recalled that yummy juiciness ^_^

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  2. Oooohhhh!!!! "The Man From Snowy River" *falls over dead* LOVE. Of my life. *winks*

    *gasp* I can't believe I didn't put "Till I See You Again"!! I LOVE that song!! *cries*

    I enjoyed this, sista ;P

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    1. It's the best! Jim Craig, my first love... *Sighs*

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  3. The Moon-Spinners! Love that movie!
    Goodness girl, why would you put so many songs *rolls eyes* *giggle*
    Loved!

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    1. Maybe because as I was writing this, some certain sister of mine was playing me every song I've ever liked until I just had to stop before this whole post was all songs *ahem* so there ;)

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    2. Goodness! Which sister could that be?

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  4. I love this! I LOVE "Man From Snowy River" Boy you put a lot of songs and movies! ;P

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    1. That's because I'm such a happy person ;)

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  5. I watched "Johnny Tremain" recently...only it was RIGHT after I read the book. I kept trying to tell the boys everything that was wrong about it and they just told me to be quiet. ;P But I do have fond memories of watching it when I was little.

    I can't believe "Saving Mr. Banks" makes you happy! I remember asking Marita what the point was of such a sad movie after watching it for the first and only time. But we're all different and you're entitled to your happiness. ;)

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    1. Haha! Thanks for tagging me, by the way! :D

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    2. Haha sad movies make me happy... For some reason. Lol
      I actually like the movie better than the book, I think.
      Maybe because I watched it first....? Johnny tends to be so arrogant and irritating in the book. But I do enjoy the book, too. Haha you're welcome!

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    3. I LOVE the Johnny Tremain movie! But, I also LOVED the book when I read it!
      I guess to me they are two different stories now. :)

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