Enjoy – smile – relax

Relaxing is an important item to have on your agenda.
Here are some thoughts to help take your mind off of
work-problems-responsibilities-stress for a couple of
minutes.

Apologizing for a nasty remark is like unscrambling
an egg.

I quit taking tranquilizers when I started being nice
to people I don’t like.

Fish go home and lie about the size of the bait they
stole.

How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light
bulb?
One, but the bulb must want to change.

A list of monthly expenses will include food, clothing,
shelter plus I can’t afford it but I figured out how to
rationalize it items.

When in doubt, mumble.

By the time my ship comes in I’ll be too tired to
unload it.

What do cats and commas have in common? One has
claws at the end of paws, the other has pause at the
end of clause.

Mama, can I climb this tree? Yes, but if you fall and
break a leg don’t come running to me.

Time is a great healer but a lousy beautician.

Now if you’re back to work-problems-responsibility-stress
with a smile on your face everybody will wonder how you
do it. That alone will brighten your day.

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