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A Smile: Day 55 #100PositiveDays

I like rabbits. I like their busy noses, their curious ears, and their fluffy cotton-tails. I also have a deep appreciation for rabbits mouths. Many people do not realize this but rabbits actually have a split upper lip, meaning they can feel things with that lip and often stick their tongue through it when cleaning their mouths. I adore this adaptation and wish I had a split lip myself (I know it would look funny, but seriously, how practical!). Though, perhaps that’s not such a good idea since my teeth look very similar to rabbits teeth, if it weren’t for the magic of dentists and falsies.

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What does this mean? Well, to me, it means that rabbits can smile extra wide. They can show their upper gum especially well and it makes their cheeks puff up just a little bit bigger. We also know rabbits are infamous for their big “buck” teeth, but since everyone knows that crooked teeth make for a better kisser, I’m going to say that rabbits are extra-good at giving kisses. I know first hand, since, I have a rabbit after all 😉

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A Smile: Day 42 #100PositiveDays

“I’ve never seen a smiling face that was not beautiful”

– Unknown

Pure. Joy.

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This picture was taken on my 16th birthday at the San Diego Zoo. It was the best $5 I ever spent, to feed that giraffe, because what ensued was pure joy. And when something hits you like that, you just can’t help but to smile.

Here’s to more moments of pure joy, and smiles to follow.

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Smile: Day 1 #100PositiveDays

Keep your head up and smile through the rain.

Smiles are important. Not only for your personal well-being, but for the well-being of others. Smiles are contagious. When one person smiles, the other person can’t help but feel a sense of joy themselves.

As much as I love to smile, I often find myself being self-conscious, especially when taking selfies, or looking at awkward over-excited smiling pics. Case in point:

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