Whew…looking over my posts, it’s past time for some comic relief!
So here are some photos I’ve taken during the past few months.
I hope they will add a smile to your day regardless of
whatever else may be causing you pain or distress!
I came upon this when I was in St. Louis. Looks like these guys are standing
in some kind of hypnotic trance, or perhaps blind allegiance.
I've seen people walking out of Starbucks looking like this...
particularly those young professionals who've
added a triple shot to their venti!
You may have to look closely to read the words on the glass-
The door reads "Brain Balance Achievement Center".
Try to read the "Center Hours" to the left of the door.
(My silhouette and reflection off the cars makes it difficult--sorry.)
M-F 10 - 7
Maybe they think you'll achieve better brain balance--
whatever the heck that is--if you can guess
whether they are open or not on Saturdays?
Another one from St. Louis.
I wanted to walk right in and say, "Where do I sign up?"
When I googled the organization, I read that ""Optimist International" exists to improve the lives of children by supporting things such as sponsoring youth athletic leagues, scholarship essay and speech contests and helping in local schools. Good for them!
An albino squirrel has taken up residence in our back yard. It is simply too ironic that this little creature has shown up. Last fall, my husband and I killed a squirrel that got into our house, and the story has become part of our family legend. So much so, that I gave my husband a white "squirrel angel" ornament to hang on our Christmas tree as a joke. You can imagine then, just how absolutely funny it is to have this squirrel show up! I’ve named him “Casper” of course, and you've got to admit, that he has a rather ethereal glow to him that isn't actually worldly. As much as I despise squirrels for the destruction they cause to my plants and our home, I have actually grown fond of him. Why, just this morning he was drinking from the bird fountain, and I didn't even cringe.
So, there you go. Life, in this season of “Level Orange" pain still has its share of laughter! I hope and pray that you can see the laughter in yours as well, come what may!
A joyful heart is good medicine! Proverbs 17:22
Today, I choose to laugh!