Sunday, November 15, 2009

Yard Sale



The people who flocked to this yard sale thought they struck a good bargain, but oh my, what they lost!

The old saying goes, "He doesn't have sense enough to get out of the rain."

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See you tomorrow for Blue Monday!



26 comments:

sara said...

always love those cartoons!

Happy sunday!

LV said...

Each Sunday I have to make a weekly visit to cartoon message before going to church. Thanks again Sally for a great reminder.

Darlene said...

Your spiritual cartoons are always so great! Hope you have a blessed Sunday!♥

Andrea said...

cute

Debbie said...

haha This was great. Your posts always make me smile. Have a blessed week in Him, Debbie

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Ha Ha Sally.... You'd think that George and I didn't have enough sense to get out of the rain either---when we were hiking in Tallulah Gorge. Actually--don't tell anyone but it was FUN....

Hugs,
Betsy

Diva Kreszl said...

thank you for such an amusing look at our shortcomings!

Diane at Crafty Passions said...

Great post Sally!
Have a good week.
Diane

Clif said...

Wonderful. This would be even funnier if it wasn't so sad.

Cindy said...

You always find such nice things to share that are funny.
cindy

Loren said...

Ha Good one....

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Sally, that is priceless! lol! You are so funny.

I have a little sign that says something like: "Be prepared. It wasn't even raining when Noah built the ark."

XO,

Sheila :-)

Judith said...

as always Wonderful!!!

Charlotte said...

Love it although it is sad they didn't have sense enough to get out of the rain.
Hugs,
Charlotte

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Cute cartoon, but sad just the same. Have a beautiful Lord's Day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Melissa Wertz said...

So funny! and so true.

Ms.Daisy said...

Sally,
These Sunday cartoons always make me smile! Thanks!



Blessings,
Jean

Ginger said...

I look forward to all of your cartoons. Thank-you for the smile.
Blessings,
Ginger

RCUBEs said...

Thank you for always making us smile! God bless.

Saleslady371 said...

oh, my. My belly is hurting I'm laughing so hard.

Denise said...

Funny, lol

Melissa Wertz said...

Yes Sally, the song was released Nov 3rd and he sang the songs live about that same time at the "Hope Song (?)" convention and on the 8th at the Cry for the Orphan live telecast. In fact in that telecast he sung several songs that were ballads written by a grieving dad. He testified about the loss of Maria Sue. And Hope! Seeing her in a parking lot in Beijing for the first time. The night he wrote Cinderella. How frustrated he was trying to get the girls to bed and how they just wanted to stay up and get dressed for the princess ball. How God dealt with him as he left their room. Emily was grown and he had no more opportunities like that with her. He wrote the song that night. They lost Maria Sue a few months later in the tragic accident. And he added a the last verse he now sings with it.
Cry for the Orphan conference/concert was awesome.

Elizabeth said...

I always enjoy these cartoons. I especially like the portrait that Noah has for sale!

daylily777 said...

Amen,I love your comics! Great illustration . It is a good reminder to pray for the unsaved today while the sun still shines for them.
Have a Blessed Week,
~Myrna

Renee said...

Great cartoon!!! Always make us laugh!

Mary said...

Oh, so true...great cartoon!

God bless,
Mary