1. Dog: “They keep putting the lid down on the big water bowl.”
2. Goldfish: “Just because I have a three-second memory, they don’t think I’ll mind eating the same fish flakes … Oh boy! Fish flakes!”
3. Cat: “Sharpen claws on one stinking curtain and it’s curtains.”
4. Parrot: “Tease, tease, tease — but do those greedy humans ever really give me a cracker?”
5. Cat: “Why are these people in my house?”
6. Dog: “What the … HEY!!! I didn’t even sign a consent form for that surgery. Help, Legal Council!!!!”
7. Goldfish: “Oh, tap-tap-tap! *There’s* a new one!”
“Laughter is by definition healthy.” — Doris Lessing
Thought for the Day
Hebrews 10:24 and “think of ways to encourage one anther to outbursts of love and good deeds” (NLT).
Who do you need to encourage? Take a moment to consider someone you know who might be feeling neglected or overlooked. Maybe it’s somebody in your office, school or neighborhood.
Consider ways to encourage them – maybe write them a quick note or take them out to lunch.
Those small acts have the power to change not only their lives, but yours as well. Instead of turning inward and allowing neglect to eat away at you, turn outward and use God’s power in your life to serve others. It’s ministry, it’s powerful, and it makes a difference.