I'm backing off the punctuation, etc. for today--yesterday's v.1 and v.2 got about equal votes--and focusing on the word instead. I've chosen Linda's hides because there are still quite a few days and words to go and it doesn't seem time yet to reveal any surprises. I also like the way "hides" fits into a rhythm that just reading the two-word lines creates, and the h of "hides" together with the h of "happy."
I did wish there was a word that combined the senses of crinkling and hiding--I think the poem could benefit now from some more "sensory details," as we say in the classroom.