I WAS THINKING…
The new year will be here in a few days and I wondered what I could say that you aren’t already thinking. Like: “I can’t believe how fast this year went.” Or “It seems like the older I get, the faster the time goes.” Perhaps I’ll just remember all the things I planned to do in 2022 and do them in 2023. Maybe I might actually get rid of some of my ‘stuff’. Did I say maybe?
THERE’S GOOD IN EVERYTHING
When a man goes bald, he can hold his hat on with a suction cup.
When you start losing your memory, you’ll have less to forget.
It may be your knees or elbow, but things finally start clicking for you.
Don’t worry if you have trouble with your bifocal, it’s keeping your head held high.
WORDS OF WISDOM
The one thing more precious than time is how you spend it.
If you worry, you die. If you don’t worry, you also die. So why worry? – Mike Horn
Never regret. If it’s good, that’s wonderful. If it’s bad, it’s experience.
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
A group of chess enthusiasts checked into a hotel and were standing in the lobby discussing their recent tournament victories. After about an hour; the manager came out of the office and asked them to disperse.
“But why?” they asked.
“Because,” he answered, “I can’t stand chess nuts boasting in an open foyer.”
USES FOR OLD CALENDARS
(Taken from Reader’s Digest Problem Solver)
Use to line a desk drawer.
Glue your favorite calendar page onto a heavy cardboard, then cut into pieces for a puzzle.
Use beautiful illustrated calendar pages as place mats for a onetime special party.
Pull apart the outgoing year’s calendar and glue the months randomly to a large piece of freezer paper for a New Year’s table runner or small tablecloth.
Today’s greatest labor-saving device: tomorrow.
The one thing everyone does together is grow older.
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Punch Lines are complimentary of Fr. John Hampsch, C.M.F
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