Just for Fun

The savvy, charming and hilarious members of ActiveRain like to let their hair down and have a little fun. Topics take on a whole new life when the creative minds of AR author fun posts. Wordless Wednesdays are a big contributor of this topic along with other posts written for fun. With each of our members' clever wit behind these blog posts, there should definitely be something for everyone to delight in.


Take a moment out from the daily grind to get lost in these entertaining pieces. If you have a funny story or photo you'd like to share with the wonderful world of AR, please do. Just for Fun posts are a great avenue to expressing yourself and sharing your funny bone.

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By Chuck Carstensen, Minnesota Real Estate Expert
(RE/MAX Results)
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1 Corinthians 4:12-13“We work hard with our own hands. When we are cursed, we bless; when we are persecuted; we endure it; when we are slandered we answer kindly.” As you start to operate more automatically in this elevated way of living life with FAITH AND EXPECTANCY not everyone will agree with...

By Linda Blumenthal, NYS Licenced Real Estate Salesperson, CBR
(Hampton Crossing - Licensed Real Estate Salesperson - 631-466-4087)
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 May 31st -  National Macaroon Day: I have created a new word search puzzle for you to enjoy.  Directions:  Click on the link below.  Your puzzle will open in a new window. To locate a word, please hold down the left side of your mouse while dragging your cursor over the letters of that word.  Re...

By Roy Kelley
(Realty Group Referrals)
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Book Recommendation: Iron Orchid by Stuart Woods Iron Orchid (2005) is book number five in the Holly Barker series by The New York Times bestselling American author Stuart Woods. I enjoyed this novel and recommend it for your reading list. Click on the links to learn more about the author and his...

By Roy Kelley
(Realty Group Referrals)
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Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent!        Paul Henderson, REALTOR®, Fathom Realty WA LLC, Mason County, Washington's preferred real estate Agent and Broker Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not. Nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with ...

By Brunswick Forest
(Brunswick Forest)
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Whether it be corn on the cob, hot dogs or burger patties, the smell of gas and charcoal wafting through the air is a tell-tale sign that summer is approaching. Residents living at Brunswick Forest have plenty of open areas where they can grill out and hold small picnics for outdoor fun. So, make...

By Linda Blumenthal, NYS Licenced Real Estate Salesperson, CBR
(Hampton Crossing - Licensed Real Estate Salesperson - 631-466-4087)
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 June 1st -  National Olive Day: I have created a new word search puzzle for you to enjoy.  Directions:  Click on the link below.  Your puzzle will open in a new window. To locate a word, please hold down the left side of your mouse while dragging your cursor over the letters of that word.  Relea...

By Bob Jablonsky, Helping you resolve your IRS Problems!
(Bob Jablonsky & Associates)
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Did you know that there are approximately 20 million taxpayers that are either in some stage of the collection process with the IRS or are believed to be non-filers. This is expected to continue to increase in the current economic environment related to COVID-19.  Unfortunately, if you don't solv...

By Norma J. Elkins, Realtor - Elkins Home Selling Team
( Elite Realty Group)
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  The Elkins Home Selling Team with Elite Realty Group provides services with Morristown TN Real Estate For Sale and Morristown TN Homes For Sale to home buyers and home sellers in Morristown Tennessee, Whitesburg, Talbott, Russellville, Sevierville, Bean Station, Dandridge, Pigeon Forge and surr...

By Alex Wittman, Expat Specialist & Travel Content Creator
(Backpacking Brunette)
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The other day, a reader gave me one of the best comments I've ever received in the history of my blog. Over on Instagram, I decided to do a little preview and mentioned that I was working on a post about how I transitioned from teaching English online to freelance writing full-time. One of my fol...

By Bob Crane, Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671
(Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, Keller Williams Fox Cities)
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4th of July Fireworks and so much more to celebrate Independence Day 2014 in Oneida County Wisconsin        commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Independence_Day_Fireworks_2.jpg  As Americans we like to celebrate the things that make us special.  We have cake with numbered candles on our birthdays.  W...

By Li Read, Caring expertise...knowledge for you!
(Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring))
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A rule of thumb, when making a change: do the new behaviour for 21 days.   Apparently, it takes that timeline to create a new habit.   Hmmm....In my area, the "stay home/social distance" government edicts occurred on March 12th.   First response: fear.   That usually brings out the Crab in  us......
Friday May 29th 2020 at 3:00pm I took this photograph from the building I am working on in San Jose California.There were about 300 protesters marching for the death of George Floyd from a police officer in Minneapolis Minnesota.The police officer from Mlps was fired and taken into custody and be...

By Li Read, Caring expertise...knowledge for you!
(Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring))
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Change means we have to shift around our established thought patterns, have to let go of this idea that we are somehow in charge.   Pretty scary.   Letting go is not easy.   Easier to try to stuff the past into the future, while we are still mired in the present.  Change.   It will always force u...

By Michael Jacobs, Los Angeles Pasadena 818.516.4393
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 Thirty Days Hath. . . Welcome to May.  Today is the first day and there are a total of thirty-one for us this month.  Many can thank the familiar childhood rhyme about months to remind us of the number of days we can expect.   Sure, the number is important but it isn't the entire picture.  Most ...

By Michael Jacobs, Los Angeles Pasadena 818.516.4393
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 An Age-Old Question   I have been here for some time.   Life and many aspects associated with it.  I have experienced a lot of questions.  Asked and answered countless over time.  Some repeatedly.   That's the way it goes.  At least for me.  Likely for you too.  Occasionally there may be a bit o...

By Li Read, Caring expertise...knowledge for you!
(Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring))
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Spring is erupting all around us.   It's a time that makes us restless, just like all the other animals encountering sun and light and warmth.   We want to get up and at it.   Stay home/social distance is still the mantra in my area.   So, yes, in my seaside region, we are all tied up at the dock...

By John G. Johnston, An Exclusive Buyer's Agent ~ Westcliffe, CO
(John G. Johnston & Associates, LLC)
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Westcliffe, CO Weather for May 31, 2020Good Morning Westcliffe, CO50°Our Sunday morning starts with pleasant temperatures and a few scattered clouds to grace our morning sky.Today will be partly sunny with a high temperature in the upper 70's.We have a 50% chance for showers and thunderstorms sta...

By Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD, REALTORS® in Clark County, WA
(ViewHomes of Clark County - Nature As Neighbors)
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 This clump of violet blue flowering grass has become a favorite plant in "Dad's Garden" at our rural home in Camas, Washington. We had no idea it would be so hardy and put on such a great yearly show for us. While it's called Blue Eyed Grass, it's actually a member of the Iris family, closely re...

By Ron and Alexandra Seigel, Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy
(Napa Consultants)
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This morning as we were driving up to Santa Ynez to enjoy a sit down breakfast at the Baker's Table, we spotted creature activity in our lane 30 feet ahead.  We stopped and saw this Turkey Mamma with 5 little poults (that is the name baby turkeys are given). I thought you would like to know in ca...

By James Dray, Exceptional Agents, Outstanding Results
(Fathom Realty)
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Robert K. Greenleaf was born in Terre Haute, Indiana back in 1904.  He attended Rose Polytechnic school before transferring to Carleton College in Minnesota.  He graduated with a math degree.  He worked for AT&T for 38 years, taking his retirement in 1964. During his time at AT&T he participated ...