Tuesday, February 9, 2010

valentines... or not!....

I know, I know... this doesn't apply to any of us, but in thinking about Valentine's Day, I saw these and got a chuckle out of them... Sometimes a little humor is a good teacher too!





8 comments:

Just Be Real said...

Sonja, these made me smile. Thank you.

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Oh my... that was my husband and me in the second cartoon (before we were married) when he picked me up one Sunday for church. I'm not kidding.

What a mess he was; he still is in many ways, but now he's my mess, and I'm his.

What a pair we are.

peace~elaine

Deborah Ann said...

Haw haw...!!! These are the funniest jokes I've seen in a long time - and I've seen my share! Thanks for the belly laugh, sister...

TRUTH SHARER said...

This was toooooo funny!!! Belly laughing I'd say for sure!! I'm always asking the Lord to bring more humor into my life! I sure needed this laugh today! Thanks for the light note!!!

[[Hugs}} Stephanie
JESUS ONLY in 2010

GWENDOLYN said...

Sonja,
thanks for the smiles. I enjoy #2 . I have been dressing my hubby since I met him 26 years ago. ha!
love!
Gwen

Bob West said...

I enjoyed visiting your blog
God Bless; http://westbob.blogspot.com/2010/02/encourager-part-1.html

Just a little something from Judy said...

By visiting your blog today, I received a good laugh from the cards, especially #2 since that does apply to us, and a good cry. Why a cry you might ask? Because I read your post about the love of God and then I listened to George Beverly Shea singing the song, "The Love of God". That is my mother's very favorite song. She and my grandma would sing it often and thus I have all the words memorized. Grandma went to heaven 1 year ago, and as I listened I thought to myself, "that now that love is more real than ever before". What a beautiful and encouraging song. Thank you so much for sharing it. No one does it better than George Beverly Shea. I also was so blessed by the passage in Romans that you shared. I never read that particular and favorite passage, from the Message Bible. I really liked it! We truly do not have anything to fear in this world, do we!

myletterstoemily said...

am digging deeper into your blog. love church humor!

thanks for the laughs.