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Remember back when a selfie was just a picture your seven-year-old took of the both of you at the ice cream parlor at #CedarPoint? #HappyMemories
Think back to the days before America ran on Dunkin' -- but Fred the Baker arose in the middle of the night each day because it was "Time to make the doughnuts."
Or what about that era when "Life" was both a family board game and a top breakfast cereal that Mikey wouldn't eat because "he hates everything."
Can you recall when sick meant that you were ill not awesome; when lit was the past tense of light, not a way to describe something fun or exciting; and the definition of a cloud was “a visible mass of particles of condensed vapor (as water or ice) suspended in the atmosphere of a planet (as the earth) or moon," not: “any of several parts of the Internet that allow online processing and storage of documents and data as well as electronic access to software and other resources."
That still conveys a little sad exasperation, yes? Times sure have changed. But then again, haven't they always? And how awful would it be if they didn't?
I mean, just imagine if were were all still driving around in K-Cars and wearing parachute pants, yo.
I guess my point is that, change, painful as it seems at the time, usually has more advantages than not, Capisce?
Besides, the most important thing to remember about "the good old days?" Someday, you're going to look back on this very moment as one. Why not be grateful for, live in and enjoy it as just that?
Happy random Tuesday, all - it's a great one... but don't take my word for it, just wait about 10 years and you'll see!
"LifeIsAGift #EnjoyEveryDay #BeHappy
Ps 102:2-3, 16-18, 19-21 R. (2) O Lord, hear my prayer, and let my cry come to you. O LORD, hear my prayer, and let my cry come to you. Hide not your face from me in the day of my distress. Incline your ear to me; in the day when I call, answer me speedily. The nations shall revere your name, O LORD, and all the kings of the earth your glory, When the LORD has rebuilt Zion and appeared in his glory; When he has regarded the prayer of the destitute, and not despised their prayer. Let this be written for the generation to come, and let his future creatures praise the LORD: "The LORD looked down from his holy height, from heaven he beheld the earth, To hear the groaning of the prisoners, to release those doomed to die." Verse Before the Gospel The seed is the word of God, Christ is the sower; all who come to him will live for ever.