Day 2680: Goofballs and Hearts

Yesterday,  somebody called me a “goofball” during a Zoom meeting after I expressed my love for people by making the sign of a heart with my hands.  While I could have easily used my standard reply — “It takes one to know one” —  I said, instead, “Thank you for the compliment.”

I do believe that was a compliment, because being a goofball and sharing my heart are two of my biggest strengths.

Do you see any goofballs or hearts in my photos from yesterday?

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This goofball believes that our hearts could use a repeat of  the awwsome cat video I posted two bitching days ago.

 

Heartfelt thanks to all the goofballs and oddballs who help me create these daily posts, including you.  (And from me, that’s a compliment!)

 

 

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19 thoughts on “Day 2680: Goofballs and Hearts

  1. Heart/hands sign a perfect match

  2. That first photo is so cute!

  3. i think goofball is such a compliment too! and your goofiness and heart show all over the place. keep on keepin’ on!

  4. Carry on goofballing! 😻

  5. Ha! I have only heard “goofball” said with affection, usually to family members. Sweet, quirky, irrepressible and unconstrained by convention. Thanks for reminding me. The world needs more goofball creatives.

  6. puella33

    Some people can be unnecessarily rude. It’s better not to say anything at all and just be on hies/ her way. The Hallmark channel at times shows kittens playing sports. your photos got me thinking of it. Happy Sunday to you, Ann

  7. I believe it was Tennyson who wrote in praise of “kind hearts and goofballs”, although I may be thinking of something else.

  8. Nothing wrong with being a goofball better then being a golf ball

  9. Yes, goofball these days can help the mind stay sane, Ann.

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