Plummer has written an immensely satisfying memoir, of rare grace, good humor, and unapologetic self-honesty.
Perhaps the most important thing was: try to live with good humor.
It was in a tiny package wrapped in electrical tape and labeled “good humor.”
Sally carried the dreams of her earthbound sisters with grace and good humor.
They may have literally kept their cool, but the two TV hosts got riled up—with a generous serving of good humor, of course.
Springtime,” guessed Mabel, “because the man was in such a good humor.
All this was only chaff and fun, for all the fairies were in good humor.
His reply to Dr. McCrie is marked by excellent temper, humour, and good humor.
He looks as though he had never felt in a good humor in his life.
He was a monstrous fellow, and Paul knew by his snapping red eyes that he was in no good humor.