Enjoyed the cartoon - also ones from last post. :)Thanks for the smile.
I love the cartoon posts. I've been sick and knew you'd give me a smile. Thanks!
That made me laugh! Have a blessed day,Kathi :)
Hehehehehe...that is a good one!!!!!
Good morning Sally, thanks for your post and I will see you on Monday..Have a good day, hugs..Baba
I know just what they mean. I don't like the shouting and arm waving, and I don't think God shouts.
Cute one. Always brings a laugh. Have a great day.
Good MorningI can just imagine this from a little guy...*lol*..Have a great day.Judi
Good morning, Sally!
So funny. I love these cartoons. The ones from yesterday are great too. I clicked on the link to Spiritual Sundays but it didn't work. I noticed that you left the dot out that should have been before the "com". I'm glad you're participating on Spiritual Sundays. I always look forward to your posts.Have a great Sonday.Charlotte
For the Somewhere In Time movie Party on the 14th...just post something you liked about the movie on your blog and link up to mine...like your Blue Monday! EZYou're on my blog roll.
Hi Sally, I know what you mean about how sad it is to let your pet go. We lost our last poodle at 10. She had cancer. I can't even think about her or I will cry. Our Babette is past 15 and we are trying to prepare ourselves for losing her too. I saw this text about pets and felt It should be shared. They are so important in our lives, but some people do not feel that way. Such is life.Hugs...Jeanne
Very funny! I hope I wasn't one of those fire and brimstone kind of guys but growing up I heard plenty of it.
LOL Thank you Sal for making my heart smile, Yours was the first blog I came to visit this morning and I'm glad I did. It was so nice to see you this morning at mine as well. Have a Blessed DayHugz Lorie
Ah, the medicine of laughter. Can't have too many laughs or smiles, that's for sure.By the way, you do have a great smile!KJ
Hi Sally. This sounds like me as a little girl! I grew up in Alabama and there were a lot of the fire and brimstone preachers! Not saying it was a bad thing. Nope! We should hear a little more about the fire and brimstone today!Be a sweetie and thanks for all the cartoons,Shelia :)
I think you are right about the Spiritual Sundays comments. Next week when I introduce it, I will give a "little reminder" that it when you visit the other links that comments are appreciated. I'm glad you called this to my attention. I think it is important for us to encourage each other. Hugs,Charlotte
LOL! Our pastor is always saying, "I can make you walk the isle..." That is what he means. He can make people run to the alter to buy 'fire insurance'. But is the decision 'real'?, sincere? We are one of the few Southern Baptist Churches that does not have a real 'alter call'. We sing one stanza of a song and if anyone goes to talk to the pastor or wants to join the church. :D Our ministers meet with the individual. That person has to go to classes, etc. Interviewed... No dunking them at 5 and again as a tween and again when they are older just to have numbers. Yeah, I knew exactly what that cartoon was about.
This was a cute one... It made me smile from ear to ear... (((HUGS)))Donna
Hope you have a marvelous evening. Thanks for the giggle.
That was cute. I hope you have a great evening!
Thanks for adding humor to our lives.
Thank-you for the smile~~~Have a great day,Ginger
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