A thread to cheer us all up.

What do you think about when you’re low to make you feel better. Is it raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens?

 

The blood of my enemies slowly creeping across a white tiled floor, the grouting serving as the outrider of the gathering claret deluge. 

General election

Tory MPs' faces on the night of the general election

The gammons' and snowflakes' posts on here after the general election

Thinking about how flipping miserable I was before I retired.  Then, turning over and going back to sleep.  Waking up again with bird song and chattering school children.  Joy on earth.

That nothing is so bad that it can't be fixed by my killing myself.

Only as long as you maintain your solipsism. If it cracks, there is nowhere to hide. Cheers!

TBF, Mr G, my mum and dad and Young G all have the capability to make me feel much better (and also much worse, depending on things). Stroking Gwendog is very soothing as is watching the birds in our garden. I am generally quite a happy, placid bunny.

My other half

My children (various)

The lamentations of my enemies.  

Cats. Dogs (but in a very controlled way, I wouldn't actually want one)

Devon/the beach

Austria/Skiing