One of the misconceptions about being a Christian is non-Christians think we don’t know how to have fun or have a sense of humor. Trust me, if the Big Guy can have a sense of humor when it comes to dealing with us mere mortals, so can we.
The difference for Christians is we don’t have to debase ourselves or others to generate a smile. Laughter at life or ourselves is a gift from God.
It’s time for some Midweek Mirth to help us get through this a virus shutdown, so let’s smile a little!
Paranoia has reached absurd stages. I sneezed in front of my laptop and the anti-virus started a scan on its own.
I really hadn’t planned on giving up this much for Lent.
I just sent a dove out my window. When it comes back with a piece of toilet paper, I will know the virus is finished.
I just finished my 90-day trial of 2020. How do I cancel?
Returned from the grocery store with the hubby. Took masks off. It turned out it was the wrong hubby. Be attentive!
Remember when we were little and had underwear with the days of the week on them? Yup. Those would be helpful right now.
And now for the bonus …
Thoughts From The Bunker
Just be careful these days because people are going crazy from being in lock down! Actually I’ve just been talking about this with the microwave and toaster while drinking coffee and we all agreed things are getting bad. I didn’t mention anything to the washing machine as she puts a different spin on everything. Certainly not to the fridge as he is acting cold and distant. In the end the iron straightened me out as she said everything will be fine, no situation is too pressing. But the vacuum was very unsympathetic — told me to just suck it up, but the fan was more optimistic and hoped it would all soon blow over! The toilet looked a bit flushed when I asked its opinion and didn’t say anything but the door knob told me to get a grip. The front door said I was unhinged and so the curtains told me to — yes, you guessed it — pull myself together.
THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: A smile is a curve that sets everything straight. — Phyllis Diller