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With the virus striking in many areas, it continues to cause us to be a wee bit distracted, adding worry and concern to our daily routines. Let's change our state of mind, focus a while on a lighter subject and put some humor and quotes into our lives. Here we go!

With age we learn that love, not time, heals all wounds.

The easiest way to grow as a person is to surround oneself with smart people.

To ignore the facts does not change the facts.

One cannot ignore the facts by changing the facts.

There was an old woman who wanted to mail the family Bible to her sister who lived in a different state. When asked by the postal clerk if her package contained any thing breakable, the lady smiled and stated, "Only the Ten Commandments."

People prefer the front of the bus, the back of the church and the center of attention.

Don't let your worries get the best of you. Remember that Moses started out as a basket case.

Those who rile you to the point of anger control you.

Some minds are like concrete: thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.

Being young is a great thought, yet being old is comfortable.

Those who don't know how to laugh at problems in life won't have anything to laugh about when they grow old.

We don't change the message, the message changes us.

The older we get, the fewer things we find to worry about.

Old age is when you meet an old classmate and see that their hair is gray — or worse yet, your classmate has no hair — their face is wrinkled and they don't know you either.

My personal suggestion is to laugh often, help someone else and thank God for what you do have and not what is past, as often as you can.

The recipe for today is a good easy one to let your children or child help you make. It's a good activity, lots of fun and not expensive!


1 package (10 oz) cornbread mix

1 can (6.5 oz) tuna packed in water, drained

1 tbs. dehydrated minced onion

1/4 cup chopped olives

Prepare cornbread according to package directions. Stir in tuna and onion. Spread onto greased 10-by-15-inch jellyroll pan. Scatter olives on top. Bake in a 400-degree oven for 15-20 minutes. Cut into small squares. Enjoy!

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