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Today’s Theme: “Laughter”
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Quote of the Day:
The most wasted of all days is one without laughter. ~e.e. cummings
Poem of the Day:
One of a kind this cheerful sound
A child’s laughter wherever it’s found
From the giggling of a baby in a playpen
To the laughter of a toddler again and again
A child’s laughter can bring a smile
To one who hasn’t done so in such a long while
I know because that one was me
Until my daughter’s laugh set mine free
A child’s laughter so gleeful and pure
An innocence adults miss for sure
Laughter that can bring back the past
And memories of a youth that flew by so fast
A child’s laughter can bring out the best
Of most many man when he’s depressed
Cause his spirit that’s fall to soar
Until at last he laughs once more
Harry J. Couchon Jr
Joke of the Day:
God Will Save Me
There was an old man sitting on his porch watching the rain fall. Pretty soon the water was coming over the porch and into the house.
The old man was still sitting there when a rescue boat came and the people on board said, “You can’t stay here you have to come with us.”
The old man replied, “No, God will save me.” So the boat left. A little while later the water was up to the second floor, and another rescue boat came, and again told the old man he had to come with them.
The old man again replied, “God will save me.” So the boat left him again.
An hour later the water was up to the roof and a third rescue boat approached the old man, and tried to get him to come with them.
Again the old man refused to leave stating that, “God will save him.” So the boat left him again.
Soon after, the man drowns and goes to heaven, and when he sees God he asks him, “Why didn’t you save me?”
God replied, “You dummy! I tried. I sent three boats after you!!”
Fun Fact of the Day:
Coca-Cola translated to Chinese means, “To make mouth happy”.
Did You Know?
It has been proven that frequent laughter helps control pain, lower blood pressure, and relieves stress.
This Date Back Then:
April 16th 1912 – United States pilot Harriet Quimby became the first woman to fly the English Channel.
Just so you know:
What Booger is made of?
Boogers are mucus (myoo-kuss). Mucus is the thin, slippery material that is found inside your nose. Many people call mucus snot. Your nose makes nearly a cupful of snot every day. Snot is produced by the mucous membranes in the nose, which it moistens and protects.
When you inhale air through your nose, it contains lots of tiny particles, like dust, dirt, germs, and pollen. If these particles made it all the way to the lungs, the lungs could get damaged and it would be difficult to breathe. Snot works by trapping the particles and keeping them in the nose.
After these particles get stuck inside the nose, the mucus surrounds them along with some of the tiny hairs inside the nose called cilia. The mucus dries around the particles. When the particles and dried-out mucus clump together, you’re left with a booger!
Boogers can be squishy and slimy or tough and crumbly. In fact, boogers are a sign that your nose is working properly.
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