Dino and Stacy

OHIO’S NOT THE SADDEST, BUT WE’RE DOWN THERE

Researchers at the University of Vermont looked at 10 million tweets, to see how happy people are around the country, and while we’re not at the bottom of the heap (Texas has that honor) OHIO is down there at #42.

Okay, we can’t compete with Hawaii. They’re number one. But Maine is number two.  They’re happier in Maine than we are in Ohio? Researchers looked at the tweets to see how often people used happy words like love, beauty, hope, wonderful and rainbow and based on that feel-good scientific formula, Ohio came in at #42.

So, here’s HOPING as we continue to tweet in Ohio that the LOVE we share with others in respects to the BEAUTY of our state, that nothing but WONDERFUL things will result in the thoughts we tweet.  Sorry. No RAINBOW. The sun seldom shines here.

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