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  • greatgrannybee2008 7:45 pm on June 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Parabel in “F”……Church Joke 

                                                                             PARABLE IN "F"
     
    When Josh Skiles was in seminary, his homiletics professor told the preaching class how important it is to use
    alliteration in one’s sermon. Josh took it to heart, so on his first Sunday behind the pulpit, he presented this
    alliterated sermon based on The Prodigal Son story;   
                                                     Feeling footloose and frisky, a feather-brained fellow
                                                     Forsed his fond father to fork over the farthings
                                                     And flew far to foreign fields
                                                     And fabulously frittered his fortune with faithless friends.
                                                     Fleeced by his fellows in folly and facing famine,
                                                     He found himself a feed flinger in a filthy farmyard.
                                                     Fairly famishing, he fain would’ve filled his frame
                                                     With foraged food from fodder fragments.
                                                    "Fooey, my father’s flunkies fare far finer,"
                                                     The frazzled fugitive forlornly fumbled, frankly facing facts.
                                                     Frustrated by failure and filled with foreboding,
                                                     He fled forthwith to his family.
                                                     Falling at his father’s feet, he forlornly fumbled, "Father I’ve flunked,
                                                    And fruitlessly forfeited family fellowship and favor."
                                                    The farsighted father, forestalling further fliching,
                                                     Frantically flagged their flunkies.
                                                     "Fetch a fatling from the flock and fix a feast."
                                                     The fugitve’s faultfinding brother frowned
                                                     On fickle forgiveness of former folderol.
                                                     But the faithful father figured,
                                                     "Filial fidelity is fine, but the fugitve is found !
                                                     What forbids fervent festivity?
                                                     Let flags be unfurled !  Let fanfares flare !"
                                                     Father’s forgiveness formed the foundation
                                                     For the former fugitve’s future fortitude !
    ***********************************************************************************************************
                                                            HEAR SAY
               Pastor:  "How did the assitant pastor’s sermon go Sunday?"
     
               Member:  "It was a poor sermon. Nothing in it at all."
     
                             (Upon seeing the assistant pastor)
     
              Pastor:  "How did it go Sunday morning?"
     
           Assistant: "Excellently. I didn’t have time to prepare anything myself, so I preached one of yours."
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                                                       Funny, Isn’t It?
     
    Funny how tiring it is to serve God for one hour, but how quickly a team plays sixty minutes of basketball.  Red rose
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    • R U Serious 8:42 pm on June 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Great one!! FUNNY!! You almost ran out of "F" words!!! lol!Hope Kassey and you are well and staying cool!Bye

    • Beth 9:46 pm on June 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      LOL!!

    • Angel eyes 10:16 pm on June 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      excellent angel eyes

    • Rambling 10:40 pm on June 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Love it, Ann. 🙂

    • ♬ŠŨŇ 10:55 pm on June 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Very good, hon. Hugs Xx

    • Sanjana 12:13 am on July 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      lol…………..wowo a helluva lot of f words didnt know there were so many…………..have a nice week………….

    • Rhonda 12:40 am on July 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      LOL! :-)Hope you are doing well.Hugs

    • Babblelot 1:39 am on July 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      This was great!

    • Cynical 6:19 am on July 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Fabulous. I\’ll ponder how you sidestepped the use of several seriously sinful F-words.Peace, Doc

  • greatgrannybee2008 7:07 pm on June 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Nothing Much Going On 

    It’s hot in Dixie, making going to the dumpster a hot walk. I went earlier today while it was less than 95.
    I just don’t tolerate high heat anymore and I feel for those who have to work outside and especially
    those who don’t have AC. There are some who aren’t as priviledged as some of us and we should always
     remember where our Blessings come from instead of taking them for granted.
     
    My neighbors did get their AC fixed the same day they told the maintenance man about it. I don’t understand
     why they didn’t report it. If I had known, I would have told management. I really should be more observant,
    because in this heat even inside your clothes can’t stay dry.
     
    I’m in my own little world with Kassey and we have family come by occassionally. Except for Kassey asking
     to go out sometimes, we are both quite content. We sit by the window and watch the world go by.  At the present,
     Kassey is napping on her contour pillow in her room. And I’ve got my feet up on my recliner, because I’ve had some
    swollen ankles lately. Oh I know I spend way too much time online, but it’s such an outlet for us seniors and I count it
    another Blessing.
     
    I’ve met some really nice people online and I remember being so fearful in the beginning. However, there are those who
     don’t really appreciate decency and try to force their way of scummy life on others. I temporarily made my space private
    because of pornographic material entered on my profile and my space. A lot of you were victims in this as well and I hope MSN
    steps up to the plate and stops this.
     
    On a lighter note………….Missing Deacon
     
    Deacon Roberts was leaving the morning service on Sunday morning. At the door, the pastor reached out and shook
    Robert’s hand. "By the way, Deacon, you need to join the army of the Lord."  "I’m already in the army of the Lord, Pastor."
    "Then why do I only see you at Christmas and Easter?" Deacon Roberts whispered back, "I’m in the secret service."

     

    It’s clouding up here and I hope we get buckets, coz my car really needs a washing. I haven’t actually seen the forecast…..they don’t know anyhow. I guess I’ll close my car back up. Even with the cardboard thingy in the windshield, it’s like an oven. Oh well, a trip to the mailbox is in order so I’m closing. I hope you all are well and having a blessed weekend.Red rose

     
     
     
    • Nightowl 3:29 pm on June 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Greatgranny, so sorry you have been attacked by the scum in spaces and I hope they will be stopped soon. I hope you and Kassey have a pleasant day and are staying cool, M

    • R U Serious 5:53 pm on June 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      That scum attacking should be taken care of soon. I think most of us know who he is. I hope that Kassey and you are having a pleasent Sunday and staying as cool as possible. Our Spaces visitors left early this morning and barely made their flight. Steph just called to thank us and to let us know they made it ok. She said it\’s 10 degrees hotter in Idaho than here! Hope it rains for you so that car get washed!! LOL!Take care… Hope you are feeling well!Bob~

  • greatgrannybee2008 10:00 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Quite Thursday So Far…. 

     Once a month we have the apt. sprayed for bugs and spiders. This means a day of humping it and Kassey questioning what’s happening, human?
     I’m not lazy but truthfully I’d rather be online. Even in the midst of cleaning or moving things around, I know when someone’s signing in. On the 2009 version you can put a sound to different friends names, which is neat.  I do not like the 2009 version, so I now have the 2008 version again.
     
    Kassey sure has been good around the new bouquet ( pic added to photos later, time permitting)I received Saturday. It is more beautiful than the last one. This one has lovely greenery in it, not the fern like stuff…can’t recall what you call it. Anyhow, Kassey’s been wanting out ever since…….wanting some grass I guess. I keep telling her ‘if you’ll let me put your leash on, we’ll go out.’  lol 
     
    This has been a hot day ( 90’s) and I’ve been priviledged to stay indoors except for a trip to the dumpster this AM. I’m online now looking out the window through cat slobber. But, I don’t mind washing up after this little girl. She has so filled a void in this old girl’s life.
     
    I can’t imagine being without AC in this heat, the maintenance man told me that my neighbors on my right side, were without AC and had not reported it. They are both elderly men. Family brings them groceries, but I haven’t seen them lately. I saw through the cat slobber,  Embarrassed the AC man came today. Sometimes these men wave at Kassey and it always makes her happy coz she loves people. We’ve been blessed with a cool place to live.
     
    Enough palaver..When I get off this puter, I’ll clean the cat slobber. And  Jeanne and I are planning to go to Krogers later after it cools. I don’t like being out after dark, but it is cooler.
     
    It’s about time for chicken and veggies, the one-pot thing we love. Maybe Kassey will eat some too. Well I can’t stand looking at the cat slobber any longer, so …..CYL, Lord -WillingRed rose Blessings Always
     
     
     
    • Touch 10:19 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The weather guessers say the heat wave will move in here tomorrow and stay for a few days. It looks like I\’ll be in hermit mode, inside in the A/C where I can breathe. Man, do I wish i had known the damage cigarettes can do back when I started smoking in \’67! I never would have lit my first one.

    • R U Serious 10:40 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Great post! I felt as if I was there. Chicken and veggies sounds Great!! Hope the cat slobber comes right off!! Good luck with the old neighbors and maybe place the flowers one shelf higher? Kassey sounds like a real pip!!

    • Beth 10:53 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The roses are beautiful. I am so thankful for AC and I feel sorry for those that don\’t have it.

    • Joe 11:20 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      It truly has been warm and that\’s still not something that\’s making me complain. It was so darn cold for so long this year that I don\’t know if I\’ll ever get sick of it. I wish that I could get proper notification from Spaces because I have many unique notifiers for my mail when it comes in but not from spaces…they still haven\’t fixed that…at least not for me. Bless you my dear friend.

    • Rambling 11:29 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      she likes to have little kittie nose prints to show everyone who looks at the window.Kassie will take good care of you. She\’s the boss remember. Has she added to her blog lately?

    • Angel eyes 11:36 am on June 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      cooler here today thank heavens angel eyes

    • Sue 12:05 pm on June 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey, what\’s a little cat slobber? Hope their AC gets fixed soon, though. It\’s supposed to be over 100 this weekend here in Northern CA. Have a great day.

    • Sheila 1:46 pm on June 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Great blog not so warm here as you guys have , but just comforatable. A spot of rain so just popped in to visit my friends. Being busy with the weeds again little so and so\’s. Take care xx have a great weekend.

    • Sheila 1:46 pm on June 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      ps what is a cat slobber?

  • greatgrannybee2008 6:06 pm on June 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    WOMAN/WIFE….VERN McLELLAN 

    A word to the wife is suffient, provided that word is yes.
     
    The man of the hour is the one whose wife asked him to wait a minute.
     
    If you don’t think women are explosive, try dropping one.
     
    The best time to mow the grass is just after your wife suggests it.
     
    The wife who listens to every word her husband says is probably looking for a hole in his alibi.
     
    Words are powerful. For instance, if you say to a woman, "How cool you look," she’s pleased. But
    try telling her she doesn’t look so hot.
     
    It’s too bad all women don’t marry archeologists, for the older she gets the more intersted he is in her.
     
    A hundred men may make an encampment, but it takes a woman to make a home.    (Chinese Proverb)
     
    The weaker sex is the stronger sex because of the weakness of the stronger sex for the weaker sex.
     
    When a man answers the phone he reaches for a pencil. A woman grabs a chair.
     
    Certainly, God created man before woman. But then you always make a rough draft before the final masterpiece.
     
    God made woman when a man was in his first sleep, and man hasn’t had any repose since.
     
    Women can never be as successful as men; they have no wives to advise them.
     
    Most women’s magazines have fifty pages of recipes and fifty pages of diets.
     
    Woman has been placed at a disdvantage; man can now travel faster than sound.
     
    After winning an argument with his wife, the wisest thing a man can do is apologize.
     
    The best way to remember your wife’s birthday is to forget it once.
     
    The best way to compliment your wife is frequently.
     
    A diplomat is a man who can make his wife believe she would look fat in a fur coat.
     
    The safest way to disagree with your wife is very quietly.
     
    When a man brings his wife flowers for no reason—–he’d better have one.
     
    Genuine happiness is when a wife sees a double chin on her husband’s old girlfriend.
     
    Many husbands go broke on the money wives save on sales.
     
    The trouble with wives is that they’d rather mend your ways than your socks.
     
    The best thing about about women is that there are so many of them.
     
    Honor goes to kind and gracious women, mere money to cruel men.     Proverbs 11:16
     
    A worthy wife is her husbands’s joy and crown; the other kind corrodes his strength
     
    and tears down everything he does.    Proverbs 12: 4
     
     
     
    • Joe 6:40 pm on June 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Who knew? LOL! I loved it thanks my friend!

    • Angel eyes 8:25 pm on June 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      cute angel eyes

    • Cynical 12:02 am on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I think I should be offended somehow by this post. That\’s difficult, though, because I find so much of it to be true.Peace, Doc

    • R U Serious 6:20 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      PERFECT!! I\’m like Doc! I should be offended but it\’s so true!!!

  • greatgrannybee2008 12:28 am on June 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Practical Proverbs & Wacky Wit by Vern McLellan 

                                                                                        FAITH
     
    1. If doubt overtakes you, stop for faith lift.
     
    2. Faith is not a pill you take but a muscle you use.
     washed
    3. Faith says, "I will give it before I get it."
     
    4. Christian faith helps us to face the music, even when we don’t like the tune.
     
    5. Feed your faith, and your doubts will starve to death.
     
    6. He who prays for rain should always carry an umbrella.
     
    7. Pray for faith that will not shrink when it is washed in the waters of affliction.
     
    8. There are a thousand ways of pleasing God, but not one without faith.
     
    9. When we do what we can, God will do what we can’t.
     
    10. Some people ask the Lord to guide them; then they grab the steering wheel.
     
    11. Faith hears the inaudible, sees the invisible, believes the incredible, and receives the impossible.
     
    12.Faith can rewrite your future.
     
    13. It is impossible for faith to overdraw its account on the bank of heaven.
     
    14. Faith is telling a mountain to move and being shocked only if it doesn’t.
     
    PROVERBS 11: 28  Trust in your money and down you go! Trust in God and flourish as a tree!
     
    PROVERBS 16:20  God blesses those who obey him; happy the man who puts his faith in the Lord.  Red rose
     
    • Palla-Jane 2:40 am on June 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Ahhh, love all of them. Faith is the backbone of life! Love to you Ann.

    • Rambling 4:48 pm on June 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I love it..and that is what I believe and try to live by.

    • Joe 5:30 pm on June 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Most excellent and down to earth in it\’s practicality. I love how practical yet supernatural God is!

    • R U Serious 6:24 pm on June 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      LOVE this one!! So down to earth but Heaven sent!!!

  • greatgrannybee2008 1:28 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Talking about Kassey Here 

    By God’s Grace, we made a safe trip and safe from Tornadic weather that was predicted for Nashville too.  I had to call ‘911’, because this driver in a small Uhaul truck was going from one side to the other on  Interstate 65. Sis took a chance and we got past him without a mishap. Of course while I was on the phone with the HP, I watched him in the mirror as he pulled  into the Welcome Center.

     We witnessed a very moving wedding between my nephew and his new bride. It was a small wedding with only family and I doubt there was a dry eye there, including the bride and groom. They are members of the Church and are both active in Vacation Bible School. Sis and I are so happy to have this good news.

    I so hated to leave my Kassey home alone and I was happy to get home to her. I noticed that she ate very little and drank little water. She gobbled her food whole, as she does when I’m not by her side while she eats. She left  it in the window seal for me…so glad she didn’t do in my shoe for leaving her alone.  lol  She is always welcome there, but I don’t know how that would work out, with 2 females there already.  And those two female cats don’t get along at all. 

    Kassey is  happy to have her human home and I’m happy to be safely home . She has been so sweet and loving, but slept in her room after walking across my bed. "All is well that ends well", someone said. 

    I couldn’t get a good signal for my laptop while in Nashville, so Kassey nor I could leave an update. I hope everyone is blessed with good weather today…we’ve had such angry weather lately.  Blessings Always To Our Friends,Red rose 

     

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    Kassey Here

     The storm radio made a loud noice and this  ‘human’ said we may have a tornado heading our way, so she cleaned out the closet again, not everything, just enough space for her laptop, her and yours truly. Our weather has been so iffy, she said she’d leave it out for now. After the storm passed we sat on the couch together while she was on her laptop. She didn’t have to ask me twice. It was soooo nice sitting there with her and besides , I was kind of afraid. With the sky making all those loud noices and flashing pretty colors, I wanted to be close to her. The closet was still waiting for us, but we were spared again.
     
    Sunday morning, when she wasn’t looking , I slipped into her bedroom closet.  She checked to see if I was in the closet but I was well hidden and quite. She closed the door ,took her purse and headed for the front door. I wasn’t eating as usual, before leaving me alone. She called me and so she checked the closet and I got out of that dark closet, not wanting to stay there while she was gone. Sometimes she goes shopping after church and I would have been one hot cat with no essentials.
     
    She and my Aunt J are going on a  trip today to her son’s for a wedding. She’ll be dressing in her Sunday clothes again…….open bedroom closet again……Open-mouthedyes, I’m smiling . She’ll be sure this time that I’m not left in it ’cause, I’ll be left alone overnight and probably won’t see her until tomorrow night. I’ll be ok as long as we don’t have any bad storms. You know , God watches over kitties too and He protected us yet again.  Blessings Always To My Friends, KasseyCat face  
     
     
    • Rambling 2:03 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      My little girl sends her comfort to Miss Kassey and says she too doesn\’t like to be left alone for the day.

    • Rambling 2:19 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Meant to say I\’m glad you all made it safely. I live in Tennessee and we have had tornado warning after tornado warning..heavy thunderstorms, deadly lightening, hail..wind.. not much left to heave. This is every DAY!!!

    • Beth 3:29 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I am glad you had a safe trip. I enjoyed the post from Kassey and I know she is delighted to have her human home again.

    • R U Serious 4:05 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      So glad you got home safely and Kassey avoided your shoe! The wedding sounded really nice and I\’m happy for them. Now we want photos!! lolI hope your weather becomes less \’angry\’ and that you have a nice weekend!Bob~

    • Grandma's 3:13 am on June 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      So happy you had a safe trip, a wonderful wedding ceremony to attend….and are now back at home with Kassey. Sure hope your bad storms are over with. Have a wonderful weekend, Ann and Kassey.*Hugs and Blessings*~Karin~

    • Sanjana 5:35 am on June 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      always great feeling to witness wedding …………………………especially between two happy loving people………………..glad that you are safe………..yeah and Bob is right where are the photos…..you have to post those. want to see that Sunday outfit……..lol…………………….

    • Samantha 9:25 pm on June 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Im glad that you made it by that truck ok. I have called the police many times on people swearving all over the road. becuase i work that late shift at work i get to drive home when all the crazies are out. Congrats to the new bride and groom!take carexx

    • Michiko's 12:06 am on June 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I\’m glad you had a safe trip, that is scared the truck driver drive all over the road…You are happy with your loved Kassey at home.Have a peaceful time,Michiko

  • greatgrannybee2008 12:22 pm on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Kassey Here 

     The storm radio made a loud noice and this  ‘human’ said we may have a tornado heading our way, so she cleaned out the closet again, not everything, just enough space for her laptop, her and yours truly. Our weather has been so iffy, she said she’d leave it out for now. After the storm passed we sat on the couch together while she was on her laptop. She didn’t have to ask me twice. It was soooo nice sitting there with her and besides , I was kind of afraid. With the sky making all those loud noices and flashing pretty colors, I wanted to be close to her. The closet was still waiting for us, but we were spared again.
     
    Sunday morning, when she wasn’t looking , I slipped into her bedroom closet.  She checked to see if I was in the closet but I was well hidden and quite. She closed the door ,took her purse and headed for the front door. I wasn’t eating as usual, before leaving me alone. She called me and so she checked the closet and I got out of that dark closet, not wanting to stay there while she was gone. Sometimes she goes shopping after church and I would have been one hot cat with no essentials.
     
    She and my Aunt J are going on a  trip today to her son’s for a wedding. She’ll be dressing in her Sunday clothes again…….open bedroom closet again……Open-mouthedyes, I’m smiling . She’ll be sure this time that I’m not left in it ’cause, I’ll be left alone overnight and probably won’t see her until tomorrow night. I’ll be ok as long as we don’t have any bad storms. You know , God watches over kitties too and He protected us yet again.  Blessings Always To My Friends, KasseyCat face  
     
     
    • Rambling 1:10 pm on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      That\’s right Kassey..He does. Hugs to you and your human from Miss Catt. She is right here reading.

    • Beth 2:46 pm on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Beautiful post Kassey! Blessings to you and your human too.

    • Grandma's 2:57 pm on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      So sorry you have these frightening storms to contend with Kassey….but it sounds to me like your human is doing a great job looking after you….and YES God does watch over kitties too…you won\’t be alone tonight.*Hugs and Blessings to you and your human*

    • ♥ Aimee 3:10 pm on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      sorry to hear about the storms…glad you are ok…~*:.♥.:*~ because you shared a smile :o) someone\’s day got brighter… ~*:.♥.:*~

    • Joe 3:47 pm on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The threat of tornados makes life interesting to be sure, we don\’t have to deal with that for the most part in our neck of the woods but if we are going to get the wild stuff this is the season for sure. I\’m so glad you stayed safe. Bless you my friend.

    • R U Serious 5:01 pm on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Kassey!! This is your doggie friend, Bonnie! Buzz and Baxter are here with me (Stupid males!!). Stay safe from the storms…. I hope your \’human\’ left that closet open for you, just in case. Will there be a kitty party there tonight??? If so, easy on the catnip!! lol!!Your friend, Bonnie……OK, OK, Buzz and Baxter too!!

  • greatgrannybee2008 2:04 pm on June 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Talking about Chiari Son 

     

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    Chiari Son

    There’s nothing new to report about Andy’s condition. He has good days and bad days. When he’s feeling well enough he goes on the road with his dad who drives an 18 wheeler. He wears a foam pillow around his neck to keep it steady. When he’s tired he lies down in the truck. Someone has to ride with his dad because of his heart. and keep him awake.. So Andy’s brother David rides with him  when Andy can’t . Both sons are mechanics and keep the truck going if they have a problem on the road, unless it’s something big.    Oh I can report something happy. Andy has a new grandson. His name is CASPER CLOUD C. he was an 8 lb. 5 or 6 oz. His big sister’s name is JADE SKYE C.
     
    Well tonight I figured it was about time for some soul food, so I got cabbage from my sister, I cooked great northern beans, boiled potatoes in the jacket and baked crusty cornbread, had little green onions to boot. I don’t know how yall cook cabbage, but I add sugar and apple cider vinegar, w/o measuring , also Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Speaking of olive oil. It’s about time for my homemade tea cakes, which I use olive oil and I add my own stuff, raisin, coconut, cranberries,blueberries, cherries, oatmeal. I may even put prunes in this time. I’d cut them small. I’ll let yall know how they turn out. My friends, thank you all for visiting as I appreciate all of you. And I do appreciate your prayers for my son.
     
    • Teri 2:12 pm on June 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      As a chiari patient I feel for your son. I KNOW the good days and bad days!!God blessTeri

    • Here I Am 4:17 am on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Oh that soul food sound just yummy… and more prayer for your son from me. Take Care Carrie

    • Rosemary 12:21 pm on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Thinking of you

    • Rambling 11:20 pm on June 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hi my friend..coming by to see how you are doing. I was thinking of you and the family.HUGS

    • Rambling 10:42 pm on June 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Just me again. (((HUGS)))

    • Rhonda 12:52 am on July 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The tea cakes sound wonderful; I would love to be able to try some. I will keep your son in my prayers.Hugs

    • Rosemary 7:17 pm on July 6, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Just stopping to say Hi

    • Happy JAK 11:33 pm on July 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Stopping by to say "Hello!" Ooh, just the receipe I need, your soul food sounds tasty. I love vegetables, can never get enough and your tea cakes are making my mouth water! Take good care of yourself. Love and blessings to you and your family. Love \’n Hugs, Kerrie xXx

  • greatgrannybee2008 2:00 pm on June 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Talking about What’s Going On? 

     

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    What’s Going On?

    I turned my back for awhile to watch TV and I must say I’m befuddled again.    DisappointedI needed to re-invite BERNICE,’ cause she was having a problem, so BERNICE if you can find me in this fine mess, please send me an invite. I hope all my friends can find me.  giggle.  I’m not too crazy about change (no reference to OBAMA)  on spaces , that is. I barely got used to the original. ’nuff said for now.  33 F, Yall have fun, Red rose
     
  • greatgrannybee2008 3:08 pm on June 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    CHURCH JOKES…… 

    Red roseGRACE
    When Brother Martin died and went to heaven, he was met at the front gate by St. Peter, who let him know that he needed one hundred points to make it in the pearly gates. "You tell me all the good things you’ve done, and I’ll give you points according to your deeds. When you reach one hundred, I’ll swing open the gates."
     
    "Okay, "Ted reported, "I was head usher at First Baptist for fifty years."
     
    "That’s wonderful", says St. Peter, "that’s worth two points."
     
    "I was married to the same woman for almost sixty-five years and never cheated on her."
     
    "Remarkable," Peter declared, "here are  three more points."
     
    "Only three?" Ted frowned. "How about this? I started a soup kitchen in the inner city and worked in a homeless shelter."  "Terrific, and here are two more points."
     
    Ted’s eyes opened wide, and he yelled, "Two points!  At this rate the only way I’ll get into heaven is by the grace of God!"
                      
                    "Come on in!"
     
     
                                          Clock  TIME’S A WASTIN’
     
    A minster waited in line to have his car filled with gas before a long holiday weekend. The attendant worked quickly, but there were many cars in front and in back of him. Finally the attendant motioned him toward a vacant pump. "Reverend," said the young man, "sorry about the delay. It seems as if everyone waits until the last minute to get ready for a long trip."

          The minister chuckled, "I know exactly what you mean. It’s the same in my kind of business."

     

    Didn’t someone say that many a truths are said in jest? …..Just something to think about.

    Blessings Always,  AnnRed rose

     

     

     

     
                                                 
               
     
     

     
     
    • Beth 3:53 pm on June 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Great jokes! Thank you!!

    • Amy 4:23 pm on June 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      True…very true.

    • Joe 4:34 pm on June 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Excellent, I love this!

    • Shimona from the Palace 7:32 pm on June 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I love these jokes. And have you noticed – Christians don\’t mind cracking jokes about their faith, we Jews also joke about ourselves and our religion whereas only the followers of Muhammed are incapable of even a little gentle satire about their prophet. I have never, ever heard a Muslim make a joke about Islam. Have you?

    • Grandma's 7:55 pm on June 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Wonderful….thank you!! And…yes it is true that many "truths are said in jest".Have a wonderful weekend.*Hugs and Blessings*~Karin~

    • Sue 12:45 pm on June 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Cute! Love those small laughs to start the day!

    • R U Serious 2:31 am on June 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      GREAT post!! So true….. and Funny!!!!! That was wonderful!!Bob~

    • Unknown 6:31 am on June 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      sandman sleeper wont be able to sleep because we\’ve got some heavies out there after him.this person is going around everywhere abusing peoples Spaces and posting pornography. Please report Sandman Sleeper-http://cid-a0595480fbad865f.profile.live.com/ to MSN!Then, my Friends: close your Private Message feature, close off your Guestbooks, make your Space and Profileprivate and dont allow Comments. Block all E-mails as well. Together, we can fight this insidious loser and his cronies.Ian

    • Here I Am 3:50 am on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Always love a good joke..

    • Rosemary 9:00 am on June 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Rea;;y enjoyed this; you neversaid a truer wordluv R

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