Day 2. Let's Be Silly


"Be happy"

"Most of us would be upset if we were accused of being 'silly.' But the word 'silly' comes from the old English word selig -- its literal definition is 'to be blessed, happy, healthy and prosperous."

In light of that definition, courtesy of Zig Ziglar, I wish you a wonderfully silly day! Oh go ahead, be silly the other way too..... that's always good for adding joy-filled moments.


  1. How fun!
    I'm going to go and be Silly!

  2. That's so funny, I didn't know. In German we still use the word selig, meaning blessed or happy.


There's no need to leave a comment ... just enjoy. The reason I opened the comments is because there were some interested to leave a 'footprint'.

Wishing you joy to your world....