I added a sermon today (it is Sunday!), but I won’t take credit for it. In truth, it’s an inspirational video sent to me by my good friend Bob Jessep. It’s much longer than my typical sermon and you’ll get the gist of the message in the first minute or two. It’s your decision if you want to watch the rest of it or move on to something else.
I’m adding this section today because I want to see the number of daily visitors increase. I’m trying very hard to keep things interesting to justify the time I spend on this each day. My bride would prefer I go and get a job as a greeter at Wal-Mart. Personally, I think I might drive the average Wal-Mart shopper crazy. Thus, for as long as I can, I’ll work to get my numbers up. The rest is up to you, your friends, your family, your co-workers, and anyone else you can coerce to visit this blog.
So here’s the contest. I’m part of a group that entertains at assisted living facilities and nursing homes. Occasionally I have to kill some time while one of our musicians searches for a piece of music. My jokes are getting repetitive. I need some new material.
One of my favorite jokes is one the group won’t let me tell to a group of senior citizens. It’s about an old guy in his eighties who gets all dressed up and goes to a lounge. As soon as he walks in he spies a woman in her late seventies who is sitting by herself at the bar. He straightens his tie and moves in. He orders a drink and tries to act nonchalant. When his drink arrives, he turns to the woman and says, “So tell me, do I come here often?”
Obviously, I need clean jokes. A little innuendo here and there is O.K., but I’m trying to keep this a family oriented blog.
Use the comment link to pass along your best joke. If it’s good and clean, I’ll let everyone see it and when I use it, I’ll tell them who gave it to me… although most of the folks in our audiences will probably forget before the show is over.
While you’re here – and trying to think of a good joke – take a look around. If you see something you find interesting, make a comment. Better yet – tell someone else about it so they can drop by and see it for themselves.
Thanks again for your support!