— I’m happy in the morning when my humidifier still has water inside the tank.
It’s funny how if the above sentence has slightly different meaning if the phrase “i’m happy” gets moved elsewhere in the sentence.
— In the morning it makes me happy when my humidifier still has water inside the tank.
The first sentence describes a situation that just makes me happy overall. It’s a joy to see the humidifier with water. The second sentence starts to lean towards that yes, I’m happy when there’s water, but it implies if there’s no water, then I’m not happy. It’s very subtle. But the voice is kinda there.
This is what I thought about yesterday morning when I was thinking about my humidifier makes me happy. I was phrasing it my mind and thought about how these two sentences are a little different.