Everyone has their 'thing', that item or experience or moment that it repeatable and that brings them joy. For me it's a bouquet of flowers on the table. It just makes the whole room feel welcoming and polished to me, and strangely, the table stays pretty clutter free if there are flowers on there. Without them it becomes a complete dumping ground.
I go to great lengths to fit flowers in our grocery budget ;) I've been known to forgo somewhat crucial items on the list in favor of fresh flowers, so I've had to get a little creative in order to buy food AND flowers so Andy doesn't starve and I can have a little bouquet of 'happy' each week.
We were at the store last night and I picked up this bunch of flowers and carried it around while we did the rest of our shopping. When we got to the checkout, the cashier set them on a shelf while he rung the rest of our items and as he handed us our bags and the receipt I said, "Oh! The flowers! Did you ring those?" He picked them up, handed them to me so Vanna-White-like and said sincerely, "My gift to you."
"Every good and perfect gift is from above,
coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights,
who does not change like shifting shadows."
- James 1:17
Interestingly enough, that verse is in a section of the chapter called "Trials and Temptations". I know flowers on a table are relatively trivial in the grand scheme of things, and they are certainly not a "need", but I think it's such a precious thing to realize that the Lord cares even about the little things that make our heart happy. How much more will He take care of us in the larger things when He also takes care of us in ways that are small, but so specific and dear to us.