What If Happiness

So another chapter in that how-to-be-happy book is headed, “Don’t think ‘what if?'” And I thought, “Why not?”  I mean, I think “What if?” a dozen times a day.  “What if I put basil in the frittata?”  “What if I just mulched the beds along the fence?”  “What if I had Nick and Nita get married?”  Then I read the paragraph that explained it and saw that it was only about the past, as in “What if I’d done that instead?”  Okay, with that I agree wholeheartedly.  The past is prologue, and you know how I feel about prologues.

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