Sunday, November 17, 2013
Two bachelors, Larry and Frank were out to dinner. The conversation drifted from office, sports to politics and then to cooking. “I got a cook book once” said Larry, “but I couldn’t do anything with it.”
“Too much fancy stuff in it, huh?” asked Frank.
“You said it," Larry replied, nodding. “Every one of those recipes began the same way: “Take a clean plate…”
Daily devotions from Bedside Blessings by Charles Swindoll for November 17th:
Personally, I think a healthy sense of humor is determined by at least three abilities:
The ability to laugh at our own mistakes.
The ability to accept justified criticism-and get over it!
That ability to interject (or at least enjoy) wholesome humor when surrounded by a tense, heated situation.
"A joyful heart makes a cheerful face."-Proverbs 15:13