“Like a welcome summer rain, humor may suddenly cleanse and cool the earth, the air and you” — Langston Hughes
Image: Camel with water jug and person with ribs showing and empty jug. Tip: Best not call a camel haughty when lost in the desert
Image: Person with bird on head blowing a bubble. Wing Tip: It is a far far better thing to blow a bubble than to live inside one.
Wingtip: Fresh laughter is best but keep canned close for a stark night. Image:Sad guy holding a jar of laughing faces.
Wing Tip: Snarling well takes practice. Twice in the morning. Once at night. Image: Person snarling looking in a handheld mirror.
Wingtip: Sometimes an early bird has to forget the worm and go back to sleep. Image: Bird with sleepy eyes, red beck and red tuft sitting on a cot-like perch. Behind here a partial oval window through which are stars. Next to the cot is a jar labeled seeds.
Wing Tip: If a black cloud rains in your pot, add what you’ve got and stir. Image: Black raindrops falling from a black cloud into a pot. A person pours red dots from a pitcher into the pot and stirs. Bird with chef’s hat pointing to a red dot.
Wing Tip: Desalinate tears. Grow a garden. Image: Person crying. Bird catching tears and watering a garden.
Wing Tip: If you feel you’re being used, don’t go. Image: Cow, looking with skepticism, at person barbecuing beef.