I have a friend who moved far, far away yet still has the ability to make me laugh...hard. Usually she accomplishes this with a simple one-line email with a link to something she thinks I should check out. Sometimes these links are to share with my family and are very educational, like the time when she sent me a link to a live camera in Africa where we watched all kinds of animals come and go for days on end. Recently, she sent me to a site where eagles were hatching from their eggs in real time.
Once, just after moving far, far away, my friend whom I had up until that moment, relied upon to keep my gang in the know regarding summer activities and cool places to discover about town, sent me a link to my own town's activity calendar after I sorrowfully mentioned that now I'd have to be responsible for my own kids' summer survival. She's just that kind of gal.
When I arrived home this evening (did she remember that perhaps I'd be a bit down after celebrating a milestone with my oldest tonight?), this bit-o-funny, a tribute to a cherished beverage I grew rather fond of during our family's "Southern Years," was waiting in my email box...
(For more laughs, you can visit this funny lady on her website: www.AnitaRenfroe.com or on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYukEAmoMCQ )
Proverbs 31:25 "...and she laughs at the time to come."