120 Poster Size photos of Laura Christina by D & L Bell
Added September 21, 2012
If you were around in the 70's, you'll probably remember the "Happiness Is..." cartoons that appeared in newspapers and magazines. They were even made into little statuettes you could buy at knick knack shops. The cartoons were pen and ink drawings of two cherubic little naked people, usually a boy and a girl, clutching hearts or rainbows or each other. Underneath these little drawings were the words "Happiness Is..." and a variety of answers, such as "being with the one you love" or "my best friend" or "smooching". The idea was simple: these chubby little imps were meant to remind us of the simple things that make life worth living. This kind of unabashed devotion to happiness has gone out of vogue nowadays, but the sentiment is as valid now as it was then. It's important to define for yourself what things in life will make you happy, and to pursue them with all your heart. In all likelihood, a big part of your happiness will involve beautiful women inspiring you to achieve it. Let Laura's exuberance and pure expression of happiness remind you how important it is to spend a bit of time every day trying to figure out what "Happiness Is..." for you.