Sometimes it's blowing the budget on $6 lavender candles.
Sometimes it's the view from my front deck (above) taken yesterday.
Sometimes it's the loaf of partridgeberry bread left in the front seat of my car (text: don't sit into your car without checking the front seat!)
Sometimes it's an engrossing read like "The Green Road" by Anne Enright with a line such as this which lifts me right out:
P70: "Death is not the worst thing that can happen to you. Everyone dies. It's the timing that matters. The first and second of it. The order in which we go."Sublime.