Ok Im walkin thru a nursin home n this lady in a wheel chair grabs me by the arm. I'm really surprized and just kinda stand there after a quick jolt back. She looks at me and says."Smile it will make you feel better." Of course I smile and thank the lady. She put a bit of sunshine in my day. I know that smiling doesn't solve everything and that sometimes it is near impossible to make yourself feel good when you are suffering from depression.It is really hard and not a choice. However, that lady made me smile and made a glimer in the gloom of my day. And for a moment I smiled and it made me feel better. So Im passing it on grabing you all by the arm and tellin ya. "Smile it'll make you feel better"
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