That's one of my favorite lines in Jack Johnson's Inaudible Melodies.
Clint and I talked about this last night. We talked about remembering to be happy now. Sure, it's fun for us to think about a future with a house and kids and vacations and yes, maybe even a washer and dryer that work or a sink that doesn't sound like an airplane is landing when you turn it on. We talked about how in the future we'll probably think about our wonderful lives right now and want to go back to what we have now. There's a lot to be happy about now.