Children are funny

Sometimes your own children can be funny. The things that they used to do they now see younger people saying or doing the same things that they did. My daughter has gotten to the point where she’s beginning to say, “Now, back in MY day…” or “Food doesn’t taste as good as it did in MY DAY.” ROFL. Let’s roll Mothers and Fathers! Enjoy it!

Before I go I have a joke for you that my taxi driver told me today.


Forrest Gump dies and goes to heaven. He’s met at the pearly gates by St. Peter himself. The gates are closed however, and Forrest approaches the gatekeeper. St. Peter says “Well Forrest, it’s certainly good to see you we’ve heard a lot about you. I must inform you that the place is filling up fast and we’ve been administering entrance examination for everyone. The tests are fairly short but you need to pass before you get into heaven.” Forrest responds “It is sure is good to be here St. Peter. I was looking forward to this. Nobody ever told me about any entrance exams. Shore hope the test ain’t too, my life was a big enough test as it was.” St. Peter goes on “Yes I know Forrest but the test I have for you is only three questions. First, what days of the week begin with a T? Second, how many seconds are there any year? Third, what is God’s first name?” Forrest goes away to think the questions over. He returns the next day and goes up to Saint Peter to try to answer the exam questions. St. Peter waves him up and asks, “Now that you have had a chance to think the questions over what are your answers?”

Forrest says, “Well the first one, how many days of the week begin with a T? Shucks, that one’s easy that’d be ‘today’ and ‘tomorrow.'” The Saints eyes open wide and he exclaims “Forrest that’s not what I was thinking but you do have a point though and I guess I didn’t specify so I’ll who give you a credit for that answer. How’s about the next one?” said St. Peter “How many seconds in a year?” “Now that one’s harder said Forrest. “But I thunk and thunk about that, and I guess the only answer can be 12.” Astounded St. Peter says “12! 12! Forest how in Heaven’s name could you come up with 12 seconds year?” Forrest says, “shucks there’s got to be 12 ,January second, February second, March second…..

“Let’s go with the next and final question.” says St. Peter. “Can you tell me God’s first name?” Forrest says, “Well sure I know God’s first name. Everybody probably knows it’s Andy.” “Andy?!” exclaimed the exasperated and frustrated St. Peter. “Okay I can understand how you came out with your answers to my first two questions but just how in the world did you come up with the name Andy as God’s first name? “Shucks that’s the easiest one of all!” Forrest began to sing, “Andy walks with me, Andy talks with me, Andy tells me I am his own.” St. Peter opened the pearly gates and said, “Run Forrest run!”

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Good Tuesday morning! 10/12/21

Good morning troubadour in the body of Christ, God bless you! Be compassionate and poetic and continue to praise and worship the Lord God Almighty and set the world on fire for God as you continue to pray for those in the world. God loves the sound of our voices and he enjoys our conversations, he is with you. He instilled one third of the Godhead within you. Everywhere you go God goes so be careful of your steps!


In the Middle Ages, troubadours were the shining knights of poetry (in fact, some were ranked as high as knights in the feudal class structure). Troubadours made chivalry a high art, writing poems and singing about chivalrous love, creating the mystique of refined damsels, and glorifying the gallant knight on his charger. Troubadour was a fitting name for such creative artists; it derives from an Old Occitan word meaning “to compose.” In modern contexts, troubadour still refers to the song-meisters of the Middle Ages, but it has been extended to cover contemporary poet-musicians as well. ~wikipedia

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1Ch 15:19  So the singers, Heman, Asaph, and Ethan, were appointed to sound with cymbals of brass;

2Ch 20:21  And when he had consulted with the people, he appointed singers unto the LORD, and that should praise the beauty of holiness, as they went out before the army, and to say, Praise the LORD; for his mercy endureth for ever.

Neh 7:1  Now it came to pass, when the wall was built, and I had set up the doors, and the porters and the singers and the Levites were appointed,

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