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Sunday Musings #200

Research has shown that laughing for two minutes is just as healthy as a twenty minute jog. So now I’m sitting in the park laughing at all the joggers.

– Unknown

 

At this time of year I stop worrying about all the exercising and dieting. Yeah, we may eat, drink and be merry, but we also dash around like headless chickens trying to get everything done.

I figure it balances out in the end!

 

Sunday Musings #199

Mirror: You look cute today.
Camera: Um, no.
Instagram Filters: I got you.

– Unknown

 

This made me smile. Though I’m not on Instagram, I do have a Beauty Face option on my Galaxy Smartphone camera. I put the setting high for selfies and just like that I am ten years younger!

 

This one’s for you Garfield Hugs, by request, in response to your post A New App.

 

Sunday Musings #198

My favourite machine at the gym is the vending machine.

– Caroline Rhea

 

Actually, I don’t go to the gym, as I exercise at home and also get a good workout hacking branches off trees and lugging buckets of grey water around the place etc.

But if I did go to the gym, the vending machine would definitely be my favourite!

 

Sunday Musings #197

It takes real skill to choke on air, fall up the stairs and trip over nothing. I have that skill.

– Unknown

 

Yes, I am gifted that way!

I choke on air quite often. My only excuse is that I have asthma, but I honestly don’t think that is the cause!

I fell upstairs as a school kid. It was an odd experience suddenly to come face to face with the steps. The only injuries sustained were footprints from all the girls behind me, who just carried on walking! Still, it was much better than falling downstairs, which I’ve done a few times.

And it was only the other day that I tripped over nothing. I was walking round the pool and my feet went wrong of their own accord. I managed to right myself before face-planting and fortunately I didn’t fall in the pool – which I have done in the past!!

So, how was your day?

 

Sunday Musings #194

One way to find out if you are old is to fall down in front of a lot of people. If they laugh you’re still young. If they panic and start running to you, you’re old.

– Unknown

 

I’m sure this would be a good indicator of your age!

However, I’m the one laughing every time I trip over nothing or bump into fixtures like a shop pillar – and then apologise to it!

At least I’m young at heart!