Keeping Our Sense of Humor

We are now six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and it has been an unusual six months, to say the least. You never know if someone is simply applying hand sanitizer or wringing their hands over the latest news of the day.

Having extra time to reflect, I have learned some interesting things about myself this year. For instance, I never realized that I was a dog person. It’s true; I love all kinds of dogs…hot dogs, corn dogs, chili dogs…I am a true dog lover.

I have also learned some things about other people. For example, I never knew that Bigfoot’s name was Darrell. Did you know that? I sure didn’t.

We have all learned some things about health and science. Everyone now knows that for proper social distancing you must be six feet away from the person next to you. Unless the person is super annoying—then the distance is 35 miles.

Let’s try to keep our sense of humor, even in these trying times.

“A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”—Proverbs 17:22.

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