Last night, not feeling like going out anywhere, I curled up in my bed and rented the movie titled happythankyoumoreplease.
I absolutely loved the plot, which follows six people, five adults + one adorable little boy, on their quest to find happiness.
There's Sam, the struggling writer with no sense of commitment in relationships.
He meets Rasheen, a young boy who gets separated from his foster family, on a subway and decides to take him in.
Sam then meets Mississippi, a waitress by day, singer by night, who confronts Sam's fear of relationships.
Sam's best friend Annie is a boho-style free spirit who has lost all her hair thanks to an auto immune disease. The movie follows her quest to be comfortable with not only her life, but her love life as well.
And finally, there is Mary Catherine and Charlie, a young couple whose disagreement over where to live threatens their relationship.
It was inspiring, heart warming, and really got me thinking about what matters.