Here is a scripture that profoundly changed my life once I truly realized its meaning. When we begin to change our way of thinking and open up to the fact that there is more to this world than the day to day physical activities, grudges, hurts, etc., then a whole new life begins to take shape. Simply put, change your way of thinking. Go ahead…be transformed. Happy Monday.
Hi Friends. Let’s catch up. It’s been over two years since we sat down to coffee together; I know…a couple of you prefer tea. It’s all good.
As usual, my question to you is what’s new and interesting in your life? Oh my goodness, you moved from the USA to Aberdeen, Scotland and had a baby girl shortly afterwards? How wonderful!
And you, my friend, sipping on your cuppa tea there; you had serious surgery on your back a few months ago and have been sidelined from your normal life? I do hope that complete healing is just around the corner for you.
You just celebrated your ninetieth birthday? Wow! And your husband celebrated his ninety-ninth? Double Wow!! Congratulations to both of you.
And you there, young lady, you’re telling me you started your own home decor and staging business? Good for you! You’ll be amazing at it.
Yes, I know this Corona Virus has the world turned upside down but Easter has passed, reminding us that miracles do happen. Until next time, let’s expect one shall we? Happy Tuesday.
Continuing Saturday’s play on words known as lexophilia:
I used to be a banker but I lost interest.
England has no kidney bank but it has a Liverpool.
I was told I had type-A blood but it was a typo.
When chemists die they barium.
I’m reading a good book about anti-gravity. I just can’t put it down.
Why were the Natives here first? They had reservations.
I didn’t like my beard at first but then it grew on me.
When you get a bladder infection, urine in trouble
A dinosaur with an extensive vocabulary is a known as a thesaurus.
All the toilets in New York City have been stolen. The police have nothing to go on.
That’s the end of lexophilia laughs until another time. Enjoy your day.
My imagination just ran away with me when I saw this photo. I can’t help give it the title of Giraffic Park. (sorry) Happy Monday, anyway. P.S. My friend Joyce will like it.
(Let me start out by apologizing for this post being a day late in some parts of the world, but I was away.)
No, I’m not writing about a hangover. At least not the kind from consuming too much alcohol.
It’s the morning after the resurrection of Jesus and as in days of old, a feeling of jubilation continues to pervade the hearts of believers; a hangover of sorts.
On Thursday we attended the Last Supper. On Friday we witnessed the Crucifixion. Saturday we contemplated what was to come, and Sunday we celebrated the Resurrection.
Today, Easter Monday, we move on with the knowledge that something spectacular has taken place and there is no need for a cure for the morning after because Jesus, himself, is the cure for everything.
The unexamined life is not worth living. Socrates
The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts. Marcus Aurelius
Happiness depends upon ourselves. Aristotle
Be yourself, everyone else is taken. Oscar Wilde
Here is one of my favorite quotes which just happened to pop up on Facebook this morning, posted by a friend on vacation. Happy Monday.