In fact, the first word I thought of, when I saw her standing in the middle of Stonehenge, was "Tranquility". It was just before 6am on the morning of the Summer Solstice. The ancient stone-circle was packed with revellers and the atmosphere was electric.
We had all spent a wet and wonderful night with the stones and now that the dawn had broken, the noise of chanting, drumming and singing had risen to a crescendo.
She stood, motionless and transfixed, by the light and power of the rising sun. People were dancing - pushing and stumbling on the damp muddy turf - but I knew no one would touch her.
She was an island of tranquility in an ocean of Happiness.
If you had to paint your happiness, what colours would you use? Would you use the reds of Mirth and Laughter, the gold of Joy, or the gentle blue-greens of Peace?
(then I looked again and there was more)
How would you mix your colours to paint Serenity?
The Stonehenge Trilogy