Friday, September 11, 2015

9/11 Friday

Good morning friends. This a day that I wish we didn't need to remember, 9/11. I'm not going to say much about it because we know what happened. How can we not remember. The world lost beautiful people, wives lost husbands, husbands lost wives, children lost parents and friends lost friends. I just pray that this will never happen again. I often wondered why can't people around the world just live in peace and respect but I doubt that will ever happen. Last night after dinner Mary Lou & I went for a ride in the Bumble Bee and we stopped off for a while and sat near the river. It was so peaceful. I had to get back home to watch my show BIG BROTHER. Oh well.


The Deacon's Last Words

A deacon is in the hospital and his good friend, a preacher, goes to visit him.

The preacher notices all the medical equipment attached to the deacon. He kneels by the bed.

The deacon motions to a pad and pen on the nightstand. The preacher hands his friend the pad and pen, and the deacon begins to write. Suddenly, the deacon dies.

At his funeral, the preacher delivers the service. He says, "I was with him when he died, and as a matter of fact, I have his last thought in my coat pocket here."

The preacher pulls out the paper and reads, "Please, get up. You're kneeling on my oxygen hose."

 One day in class, the teacher told everyone to turn to a blank sheet of paper in their notebooks. She noticed that Chip, the dumb jock, was having trouble with her directions.
"Have you found a blank piece yet, Chip?" said the teacher.
"Nope. I haven't," said the dumb jock. "Somebody went through and drew lines across all of the pages."



                    The big ocean and you can see another cruise ship so close to you. Amazing.



'9/11 babies' turn 14 today, do good deeds in New York

                            Lest we not forget the past, but out of the ruins will grow the future.


New York City Police Officer Danny Shea, a military veteran, salutes at the north pool of the 9/11 Memorial during the 10th-anniversary ceremonies of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center site, Sept. 11, 2011, in New York City.
I will end the day with the hope that our world will some how learn that death & destruction will never make our world better. All the leaders of the world must learn to respect mankind if we are to survive.


  1. Yes, 9/11 is something we will not forget, Paul! Your photos are beautiful, and I liked the jokes. I hope your weekend will be wonderful, my friend. :)

  2. Respect indeed. I will never forget. I will never forget who did this. I will not submit.

    Loved all the jokes as always.

    Have a fabulous day my friend. ☺

  3. It will not be possible to forget 9/11. Happy Friday to you, Paul. My favourite is the blank page! Thank you for all your jokes that brighten up our day!

  4. Nope we will never fotget :-(

    You mention Big Brother we half way through our Celeb Big Brother series at the moment the theme is USA v UK and it's pandemonium LOL

    loved the jokes heheh!

    I'm still waiting for my bumble bee ride if you don't turn up within an hour you can buzz off LOL :-)

    Have a funtastic day Paul :-)

  5. We will never forget. Never.

    The answer to your cruising question: going to Hawaii!

    Big hugs, honey...


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