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It’s easy to get bogged down in the daily grind and to wonder if there’s ever any good news in the world. Well, there’s a lot of good news right here in Racine County. Last week on International Day of Happiness, we asked what makes you happy. Here’s what you told us: Alison Miller Mrkvicka: My family…Today (March 20) is my daughter and granddaughters birthday…..Two beautiful girls born to life 34 and 15 years ago! Happy birthday Kristen and Alexia! AnaLisa Garcia: Feeling my healthy baby boy move around in my belly everyday.. even when it wakes me up at 4am Kim Odell: Beating cancer Michelle Dawn: Warm weather & hanging with my best friends … Oh and the beach! Mary Ocanas Avila: My family and helping others! Kerry Lovell: seeing someone helping someone else…getting a door, walking arm in arm for balance… Gen Sterenberg: Bare pavement makes me happy! A sunny day makes me happy! Chrissee Horner: The birds singing (outside) Nature’s eye candy ~ Jan Spranger: Playing with my new puppy Izzy makes me very happy! .c. McGeean Wiley: Taking an all day embroidery class in Oshkosh! Tracy Kiesler: Helping others, seeing my kids smile and going on walks with my dog in the early morning and listening to the birds it’s so peaceful. Maggie Cruz: My son’s face. Seeing him everyday healthy and happy Jillian Kay Lopez: Knowing that I did all I could to help someone in bad situation. Sometimes just listening can make all the difference. Mary Jerger-Osterman: What makes me happy is when someone says Thank you to me in appreation for my business or efforts. Jamie Meier Mattek: My daughter – she is my joy every single day. Amanda Kay Kirby: Getting up the day after St Patrick’s Day in reading the news and not one arrest was made for a DUI in our city after reading so many disturbing stories of crime and violence and murder it almost felt like a blessing thanks Racine County Eye. Glenda Pollock: Sunshine  

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