Sometimes, you cannot express how happy you are when something happens that you really like or the plan has successfully done. Some people use some phrases to express their happiness and success.
The following idioms seem to have a similar meaning but in different forms or phrases. The reason for this is to familiarize each idiom so that you will know what people trying to say to you and can understand it quickly.
* excited for something that’s going to happen.
Full of joys of spring
* used to describe someone who is both happy and full of energy.
Happy as Larry
* very happy; to be in very good spirits.
* a satisfied participant, a contented person.
Have a whale of time
* have a very good time.
In Seventh Heaven
* in a state of bliss or extreme happiness.
Like a dog with two tails
* to be very happy and excited.
Make someone’s day
* to cause one to feel very happy.
On a cloud nine
* overjoyed because something wonderful has happened.
On top of the world
* extremely happy; feeling wonderful and glorious.
Over the moon
* In a state of great happiness.
Paint the town red
* to go out into a city or town and have an enjoyable time, typically by visiting various establishments, such as bars, restaurants, clubs, etc.
* very much pleased or entertained.
Walk on air
* feel elated or exuberantly joyful.
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source: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com, www.google.com