Good Morning and Good Night

These days we’re so busy with our lives that we fail to pay attention to the little things. We’re so caught up in getting to work on time, beating the red light, and submitting the requirements before the deadline that we neglect the things that really matter. I am guilty of this, that’s why this morning’s epiphany means so much to me.

Epiphany number one: Good morning greetings make me happy.

No it’s not pathetic. I don’t think a lot of people appreciate receiving good morning texts. People think it’s corny, but to me, a good morning text means that I was thought of by that person right after waking up. I remember a very good friend who made it his personal mission to text me “good morning beautiful” every morning. Those three words never failed to make my day! We had to end it when he found himself a girlfriend to avoid issues. 😉

Epiphany number two: “Good night and sweet dreams” make me happy too.

Call it cheesy but to me, good night means you thought of me before going to sleep. It can also mean, you’re sending me good vibes as I take a trip to Lala Land. Not receiving this makes my day incomplete and it sucks. A simple good night can turn a crappy day into an awesome one. Not receiving it can also turn an awesome day into a crappy one.

I don’t know if I’m making any sense. I guess all I’m saying is, I’m one of those people who really appreciate receiving morning and evening greetings. It’s one of those little things that make me happy because it means somewhere out there, someone took some time off his/her busy schedule to send me a greeting.

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