Happy Friday! I hope that 2021 is off to a nice start for you and here is hoping that it brings better things than 2020 did! Hopefully we will never experience another year like 2020 and it is not with much fondness that we bid it adieu. As my of my favorite philosophers, the great Bugs Bunny once put it, “And don’t think it hasn’t been a little slice of heaven… ’cause it hasn’t.” So, let’s put 2020 in the rearview mirror on move on.
2020 Turned us all into dogs. We roam the house all day looking for food. We are told “no” if we get too close to strangers. And we get really excited about car rides.
2020 Turned the world upside down: Old folks are sneaking out of the house, and their kids are yelling at them to stay indoors.
I heard a couple of grandmothers bragging about their precious little darlings. One proudly proclaimed, “My grandbabies are so good at social distancing, they won’t even call me.”
Is the difference between COVID-19 and Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet that one is a coronavirus and the other is a Verona crisis?
If you take your stimulus check and use it to buy baby chicks, could you say that got the money for nothing and the chicks for free?
With all this handwashing, I ran out of soap and body wash the other day and the only thing I could find was dish detergent – then it Dawned on me.
Is the difference between Humpty Dumpty and the year 2020 that one of them had a great fall?
I am not sure what animal the year 2020 was on the Chinese calendar but I’m pretty sure it has rabies.
In the future will we call those born in 2020 babydoomers?
When 2020 started Australia was on fire and over a billion animals were dead, little did we know that would be the feel good story of the year.
I’d tell you a coronavirus joke but you would have to wait a week to ten days to get it.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“Drop the last year into the silent limbo of the past. Let it go, for it was imperfect, and thank God that it can go.” ~Author unknown