Happiness? A good cigar, a good meal, a good cigar and a good woman - or a bad woman; it depends on how much happiness you can handle.
George Burns, and the love of his life, Gracie Allen, acted together in theater more than forty years. Gracie was a good woman.
George was the straight man to bumbling, childlike Grace. After his wife’s death, Burns continued to act in various mediums. On of my favorites is the movie he stared in with John Denver and Teri Garr, Oh, God!
He and Gracie appeared to enjoy making the public laugh with
Gracie’s irrational thinking. What made perfect sense to Gracie was pure comedy to us.
My scatterbrained angel, Sarah, is similar to Gracie. She is sweet, naïve, good-hearted, and totally funny.
Have you read any of my Sarah books?
The news is filled with sad events. Worrisome events. It's time to escape with wholehearted fun. Take a happy break with Sarah.
In the midst of trauma, anger, sadness, unrest, God brings us relief. He gives us comedy. Laughter eases tension. God created fun for us so we could laugh and enjoy a little R&R. God make our minds, bodies, and spriits to need relief from stress. He gave talent to people like George and Gracie to provide a respite from troubles.
I try to do the same with my Sarah books.
Sarah is happiness. Take a comedy relief break with Sarah.
My Sarah books are available in eBook, print, and some audio.
You don't have to buy them in order. One of my favorites is the second book in the series, Sarah: Laney's Angel.