I am cranky.
Actually, that’s an understatement. I am super cranky.
Yes, if I were superhero I would be Super Crank! And I would billow about the universe with my magical and mystical powers such as glaring at slow checkers at the grocery store and watching them dissolve before my very eyes or honking my horn and gesturing wildly and perhaps even inappropriately at the stupid drivers seem to follow me everywhere and then watching them slowly dissolve. Before my very eyes.
But I digress.
I am cranky because I am currently experiencing one of those vague, truly-agitating medical conditions that people seem to have on the Internet when he/she wants attention but doesn’t want you all up in their grille.
So, while I am recovering from my said vague truly-agitating medical condition from which a full recovery is likely, shall we say, I am feeling super cranky.
Did I already say that? Yes, that’s how cranky I am feeling.
First, let’s talk about this vague truly-agitating medical condition which I will not reveal to the general public. Suffice it to say, Moses should have included it as one of the 10 plagues of Egypt way back in the day. If he had thrown this vague medical condition into the mix pretty early on, I’m thinking that the rest would not even have been required. They would’ve been waving that white flag as fast as you can say Sweet Holy Moses, are you kidding me?
That’s all I’m going to say. Did I mention I was cranky though?
To make matters worse, my granddaughter has been prancing adorably about, singing that little childhood song about turning frowns into smiles. The lyrics go something like this:
If you chance to meet a frown do not let it stay
Quickly turn it upside down and smile that frown away.
No one likes a frowny face, Change it to smile
Make the world a better place by smiling and all the while
Note: What a crock.
But, probably she is right. That comment was just my inner Super Hero trying to sneak out.
So, imagine my delight when Oleander showed me an app that actually that turns frowns into smiles. Yes, actual smiles! I thought I would give it a try.
I started with the least pleasant person I could find. If it can help him it can help anyone.
And speaking of American presidents, how about George Washington? I know that with those wooden teeth and everything smiling was probably a bit of a chore. But come on George. Give it a whirl!
Note: I bet Martha is feeling a little tingly just looking at this photograph!
And Lady Liberty has had one tough year. Welcome to America everyone!
Is there anyone grumpier than the American Gothic guy?
Note to my LDS friends: Think Henry B Eyring
Additional Note: Maybe the only person grumpier than the American Gothic guy is her wife. But by the look on her cranky old face, I imagine she is suffering from a vague truly-irritating medical condition which she would rather not divulge.
There’s a resemblance.