“There are many happy moments in my life. But when I think about it, I think of two specifically.
First there was the birth of my son. He was not a planned pregnancy, but I was happy to roll with it. I was wondering how I would do this, I was scared, but then when I had him, I thought ‘oh my god, look at him! He’s mine!’ and the same thing for my daughter as well. Again, it wasn’t planned, but everything happens for a reason. Those two moments were probably the happiest.
But there are the little things as well. When I graduated from college, or even when I got my website up, I know that what I am doing is right, and it feels right. I know that I did that, and no one can take it away from me. Little things throughout the day make me very happy, and it’s good to see those. ”
Madison Community Discourse is a community arts nonprofit in Madison, WI. We are studying happiness throughout the community to connect our city through experience. We do this through interviews, events, and creative placemaking explorations.
To connect people through experience, we are interviewing 200 people all over Madison to create a ‘portrait’ of happiness. If you are interested in being interviewed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org