Why, I Oughta!

Good morning!

Whether you were watching Popeye, The Three Stooges, or The Honeymooners, you would have been familiar with this phrase.

Why I Oughta!

We all know what it infers. Some sort of physical confrontation to follow.

Last night that was not quite the case. On the way home from dinner we made a quick pit stop at the local CVS Pharmacy. I waited in the car. To my surprise,  I unexpectedly got this card.

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                  Meant for each otter.

All personally inscribed with a touching sentiment, signed, sealed and delivered! ♡

Why, I Oughta . . .

Just offer a kiss and a hug for such sweetness! XO

Speaking of sweetness, are these guys not just the epitome of sweetness? Have you ever watched otters at play? They are very social, playful creatures. Or maybe they’re not playing at all, but busy at work. You know they do have a specific purpose. We all do.  🙂 

Take the sea otters. They play a keystone role in their environment by maintaining the balance of the near-shore kelp ecosystems. Without them, the underwater creatures that are their food chain would consume all the kelp forests that offer protection and nourishment for the many other sea life species.

Let’s all follow in the webbed footsteps of our friends,  the otters. Let’s serve our purpose in life and at the same time be playful and joyful as we do it. Whether we are in deep water or on the ground, let’s do our part to make this world function the way God planned it.  No man is an island. We must all work together using our own unique gifts and talents.
After all, we were meant for each otter. ♡

The purposes of a person’s heart are deep waters, but one who has insight draws them out.
Proverbs 20:5

Love and laughter,

Sandy

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