You Are Halloween
You are a dramatic, wild, and even weird person.
The dark side of life fascinates you, and you enjoy being a little terrified.
You enjoy the hidden sides of life. You are interested in what lurks deep in people's hearts.
You are playful and creative. You enjoy pretending you're someone else.
What makes you celebrate: Anything bizarre, unusual, or freaky.
At holiday get togethers, you do best as: The entertainer. You really like to get into the mood of the holidays.
On a holiday, you're the one most likely to: Insist on a theme party of some sort.
SYMPTOMS OF INNER PEACE
Be on the lookout for symptoms of inner peace.
The hearts of a great many have already been expose to inner peace and it is possible that people everywhere could come down with it in epidemic proportions.
This could pose a serious threat to what has, up to now, been a fairly stable condition of conflict in the world.
Some signs and symptoms of inner peace:
.A tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than on fears based on past experiences.
·An unmistakable ability to enjoy each moment.
·A loss of interest in judging other people.
·A loss of interest in judging self.
·A loss of interest in interpreting the actions of others.
·A loss of interest in conflict.
·A loss of the ability to worry.
(This is a very serious symptom.)
·Frequent, overwhelming episodes of appreciation.
·Contented feelings of connectedness with others and nature.
·Frequent attacks of smiling.
·An increased susceptibility to the love extended by others as well as the uncontrollable urge to extend it.
WARNING: If you have some or all of the above symptoms, please be advised that your condition of inner peace may be so far advanced as to not be curable. If you are exposed to anyone exhibiting any of these symptoms, remain exposed only at your own risk.
'Cuz the cat had pounced on him
Kitty thought he heard sleigh bells,
"Must be my Mommy" thought Kitty (that quite clever cat)
Indeed it was ol' Mommy, so jolly and fat
"Wow, the best Saturday ever!" Kitty thought with a purr,
1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE.
The lady was a Southern Baptist who attended services and taught Sunday School every week. On one Sunday, an out of town acquaintance, a gentleman, was in the pew right behind her.
I am hereby officially tendering my resignation as an adult.
I have decided I would like to accept the responsibilities of an 8 year-old again.
I want to go to McDonald's and think that it's a four star restaurant.
I want to sail sticks across a fresh mud puddle and make a sidewalk with rocks.
I want to think M&Ms are better than money because you can eat them.
I want to lie under a big oak tree and run a lemonade stand with my friends on a hot summer's day.
I want to return to a time when life was simple;
When all you knew were colors, multiplication tables, and nursery rhymes, but that didn't bother you, because you didn't know what you didn't know and you didn't care.
All you knew was to be happy because you were blissfully un aware of all the things that should make you worried or upset.
I want to think the world is fair.
That everyone is honest and good.
I want to believe that anything is possible.
I want to be oblivious to the complexities of life and be overly excited by the little things again.
I want to live simple again.
I don't want my day to consist of being constantly brow beaten by my spouse, learning how to survive with more days in the month than there is money in the bank, doctor bills, gossip, illness, and loss of loved ones.
I want to believe in the power of smiles, hugs, a kind word, truth, justice, peace, dreams, the imagination, mankind, and taking my dogs on a "social tour".
So . . . here's my cash, my car-keys, my cell phone and my day planner I am officially resigning from adulthood.
And if you want to discuss this further, you'll have to catch me first, cause..............