Hello My Friends ~~ I hope the world is treating you well. I can’t complain; any day above ground is a good day. Mind you, this gets a bit stretched when, in one fell swoop, I got 130 Spam e-mails. It is nice to be a bit popular, but that was going too far. I see my brother also got the same amount today.
Another thing I wanted to say is the little <><><> s I use are to separate verses or items. I can try leaving about 5 spaces between things, and they still compact everything. So they are not for my amusement or for decoration. Seem to be necessary on my blog.
Some Oriental Sayings.
Ah Too he say – It is nice to be important, but more important to be nice.
Ah Too he say – Fathers are people who give away their daughters to boys who are not half good enough, so they can have grandchildren who are smarter than anybody else’s.
Ah Too he say – Synonym is word to use when you can’t spell the other one.
Ah Too he say – Money isn’t everything --- often it’s not even enough.
Ah Too he say – If man is not able to make light of his troubles, at least he can keep them dark.
Ah Too he say – The other fellow’s sin is like car head- lights. They always seem more glaring than your own.
Ah Too he say – Pedigree tells where you came from, but not where you are heading.
Ah Too he say – Man if he cannot find the bright side he should try brightening up the dark side.
Ah too he say –Fellow who keep his feet on the ground he never get hopping mad.
A Little Poem called “FAITH”
Doubt sees the obstacle, Faith sees the way, Doubt sees a long dark night, Faith see the day !! Doubt dreads to take a step, Faith soars on high. Doubt thunders, “Who believes?” Faith answers, “I”.
A little story about “The Horse”.
The horse is man’s best friend if he has a horse.
You put a saddle on a horse.
Some people put money on a horse.
The horse has a leg at each corner, like a cow but is not as oblong.
Our neighbor knows an awful lot about horses and gives tips to everyone.
Our neighbor is poor.
In 1014, Brian Boru rode out of Clontarf on a horse, but he is dead now and so is the horse.
You can tell a horse’s age by staring at his teeth.
Donkeys and mules are related to the horse, but my father said that relations are always like that.
Well I don’t know what to make of that !! The oblong bit amused me. I guess it is meant to be funny and not just silly.
Now a Joke I found in the Paper.
An elderly man went to see the Vet the other week and asked if he would cut off the tail of his faithful old dog.
“I don’t do unnecessary operations on man’s best friend, the vet told him.
“Oh, this one is necessary doc,” the man told him.
“The mother-in-law is coming to visit next week, and I don’t want her to get any sign at all from anybody of any sort of welcome.”
Not very nice. "I’ll be back," as Arnie says.