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What's so funny?

You know how, when you read or see something that makes you laugh, you want to share it? Or when hearing someone laughing, you want to know what’s funny? 213 more words

Personal Musings

Quote of the Week // 39th Week

George Gordon Byron, more commonly known as “Lord Byron” was born in 1788. He was a poet and politician, most famous for his 1819 narrative poem, “Don Juan.” He fell ill just before planning to attack the fortress of Lepanto, Greece in 1824 and died a few months later. 205 more words

Quote Of The Week

Are you kidding me?

So…I had quite the adventure this past week.

It all began last Tuesday when I tried to donate blood for the second time in three days. 516 more words

Mondays With Mimi

Choose Cheerfulness 

A cheerful heart is a choice. Difficulties will come. Tragedy will occur. But the resilient spirit will see joy in the midst of calamity. A crushed spirit dwells on problems not possibilities. 53 more words


JOY: The gratification of desire or some good possessed, or by a rational prospect of possessing what we love or desire; gladness; exultation; exhilaration or spirits.

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Dismissing Discouragement

“Show her in.” Dizzy was led into the room where Mrs. Self was sitting. Raising her head from some paperwork at her desk, Mrs. Self said, “Yes?” “Well…,” Dizzy began. 797 more words

Christian Living

July 5, 2017-Good news/Bad news

Receiving bad news is always difficult. The key, however, is trying to find some form of good news out what we perceive as bad.

Monday, I went to the doctor. 714 more words