Can plants radiate happiness?

I admit to killing plenty of plants through neglect, but I'm doing better. And I got a shipment of eight lush 4" pot specimens from Annie's in California just as the cold hit. So they're spending this week inside under my plant light.

And this morning I was drinking tea and just looking at them when the thought hit "They look so happy. Does that increase my happiness?" Hard to tell, since I'm usually happy, but this seems a little more extreme, ultra-happiness in a way.

Darn. Now I'll really have to make sure I care for them well!

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