The Sunday Whirl No: 591

today’s words:¬† released – disappeared – paper – status – show -air – strip – bright – switch – firm – vision – minute


Newspaper headlines stated the felon, released from prison earlier
today on good behavior status, wasted no time creating a ruckus
this afternoon at the local sold-out air show.
What was the man thinking?
Did he assume his vision would go unseen by the spectators too
busy watching the aerobatics?
All eyes on the flight path the man on the bleachers took a firm stance.
And then it happened – an altercation betwixt him and a much younger
viewer.
As he quickly made his way to the clear landing strip void of any bright
lights, I couldn’t help but wonder if the word ‘disappeared’ had become
a major part of his vocabulary while behind prison bars.
Tis true aviation events attract tourism;¬†however, I’d never given an iota
of thought to such a sequence of irrational behavior.
Reality: ‘It only takes a minute for a person to switch moods.

https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/2023/02/05/wordle-591/


Laugh and Get Rich Day – Feb. 8th

Chuckle! Chuckle!
Could it be this easy to accumulate wealth?
The answer to that question likely depends on how you view riches.
Do you measure your self-worth by the abundance of cash or by your
well-being, your happiness?
Opting for the second choice has a slew of health benefits.
For certain, majority of folk have heard the following expression:
“Laughter is the Best Medicine.”
Quoting from the Bible, Proverbs 17:22 (NIV) “A cheerful heart
is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”
The history of this holiday is unknown; the creation of has neither
an inception date nor attributee.
Laughter enriches one’s health.
A chuckle, the hilarity howling merriment (har-de-har) the
belly laugh, (a deep hearty laugh), are words synonymous to
laughter.
Recently I came across a news reel about a centenarian (108)
who does his own groceries, still drives a car and takes no
prescribed medications, only over-the-counter pain medication
for his knee.
God definitely blessed this retired firefighter and his demeanor
throughout the interview said it all.
Why not ‘laugh’ yourself into better spirits, a thought so
beneficial to your health.