Sometimes happiness doesn’t come from something tangible, but rather a simple gesture. Today, for example, I accompanied my husband to the Barrett-Jackson Car Auction. He’s been wanting to go for years and was finally able to score free tickets from a co-worker. I didn’t know what to expect, but I knew I would be out of my element at an event like this. However, I bucked up and went along, and in the course of wandering through aisles and aisles of classic cars, I found the whole process a bit intriguing.
I even found this 1961 beauty which stands tall among the classy.
See, so it is possible to see the silver lining. I didn’t go to the show because I wanted to spend one of my two free days among cars and “Klassy” people; I went because my husband asked me to and I was happy to make him happy.