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Thursday, August 23, 2018

Greetings Laff Lovers,

I had an emotional experience during lunch today. No, I was not eating at Hooters. I was at my desk eating a salad my wife had made for me. How can a salad move a man? Well, vegetables are high in fiber... just kidding. Take a look at the ingredients in this thing that was made for me at 6 a.m.:

Red onion, chopped mushrooms, chopped green olives, sliced radish, sliced cucumber, shaved carrots, a bit of purple cabbage, chopped broccoli, cubed cheddar cheese, crumbled feta cheese, sliced green pepper, sliced tomatoes, lettuce and those little wrinkled bright green peppers that squirt all over when you bite into them. She also sent along an entire bottle of Newman's Own Balsamic and Vinaigrette dressing.

Folks, I was so touched that I called my wife afterward to thank her for taking the time to lovingly wash, cut, slice, dice and shave all of these things.

She said, "No problem. I had to get rid of all that stuff anyway. It was going bad."

"Oh, OK," I said. "Thanks anyway."



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