How to Really Celebrate Good News

I used to think that to celebrate properly, there had to be a lot of hoopla.  That’s right.   “Hoopla”.

I’m talking big fat hullabaloo.  Full on ruckus.  The louder, the flashier, the more “scream the good news from the mountain tops”, the better.

Sometimes, it’s still really awesome to make a big deal.

And sometimes, the big deal makes itself.

Some celebrations require no words.

Some celebrations require no words.

Daily Prompt: Celebrate Good Times

You receive some wonderful, improbable, hoped-for good news. How do you celebrate?

Photographers, artists, poets: show us CELEBRATION.

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