For our happiness topic this term we having been writing three things we are thankful for every day. They can include being able to receive an education or having loving friends and family. Learning about happiness has made us remember how lucky we are compared to third world countries so that we should be grateful. We are also taking part in doing a 50 Day Project, where we have to draw, take a photo or do something creative for fifty days. It helps increase creativity and perseverance.
A rooftop view, expanding the horizon forever,
A Christmas reunion, popping Christmas crackers all over the show,
A refreshing water fight, soaking my clothes,
And a bonfire, dancing through the night.
An affectionate dog to snuggle up with,
An amusement park, where laughter flows, all the time,
A puzzle, deceiving the eye, every way possible,
And a best friend, to keep you up when everything seems down.
Happiness by the seasons
Spring is now
Blossoms down south
The keruru return
Warm days cool nights
Holidays by the beach in summer
Pohutakawa trees line the coast
Arrival of autumn
Colours of marmalade on toast
The air smells good
Scrunching leaves underfoot
Winter sport on clear frosty mornings
Excuse for reading by the fire
Coats and boots victorious against the bite
Small things to be happy for.