Flying Saucer Cloud

New Mexico is the only place we have ever lived where we could see ‘flying saucer clouds,’ sometimes called ‘shelf clouds,’ and officially known as Lenticular clouds.

First Monday

I thought I would start our first Monday Humor of 2021 on a positive note…

But, since we’re starting 2021 with that pesky virus…

You may have to stop to think about this one…

I’ll let my brother-in-law and sister-in-law who live in Santa Rosa, FL answer this one…

This one’s for you Jerre Ann…

This next one is not meant to be funny, but to honor my late brother-in-law, Hack, who was a true Santa Claus at heart…

Ran across a few more vegan jokes… sorry…

For those who grew up in the 1950s reading comic books… this one plus Sea Monkeys and Charles Atlas…

Gonna miss her and her sweet smile…

Finally, one to warm the heart…

Good News SUnday

It’s odd to say that a positive COVID test is good news, but that’s true for me.

A week ago today, I started to come down with a head cold. Monday morning, we heard that one of our pastors at church had tested positive for COVID and all he had was a cold. So, to be safe, I decided to schedule a test for Tuesday morning.

I got the result early Friday morning, New Year’s Day, and it was positive. By then I was feeling much better and I’m almost completely well as I write this on Saturday, just a little tired.

I never had any of the concerning symptoms – no fever, no dry cough, no breathing difficulties, no sore throat, no flu-like aches and pains, and, thank God, no loss of taste or smell. I would hate that as Betty is such a good cook.

Betty has felt fine all this time, but she’s getting tested this morning just to be sure.

So, my New Year’s resolution is to give thanks to God that at 75 years of age, my COVID symptoms were very minor.

Sad, Sad, Sad

Christmas is over. New Year’s is over. It’s time to take all the decorations down. Makes a girl a little sad…

Happy (I Hope) New Year

Might as well start off the New Year with a little humor…