GritsnGrace

joined: 2020-12-26
Silent Storm.... She loves unconditionally, helps TOO much, hides her sadness, and her silence is deadly!
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Laugh For The Day

A woman home alone, answers a knock on the door to a man who just stood there and asked, "Do you have a vag*ina" She slams the door in disgust and tells her husband that night when he got home from work. The next morning she answers a knock on the door. Its the same man and he asks the same question. "Do you have a vag*ina" Once again she slams the door. She immediately gets on the phone and rings her husband at work. He tells her he will take the day off tomorrow just in case the man shows up a third time. The next morning they hear a knock at the door and both make for the door. The husband whispers to his wife, "Honey, I’m going to hide behind the door and listen and if it is the same guy I want you to tell him yes to his question, because I want to a see where he's going with this." She nods, a yes to her husband and opens the door. Sure enough the same fellow is standing there. He asks, "Do you have a vag*ina" "Yes I do." says the lady. The man replies, "Good, would you mind telling your husband to leave my wife's alone and start using yours!"

Moral of the story is - Only use what belongs to you, don't go borrowing from your neighbor!


Wishing all a Blessed Easter! ♫♪♥Thank you Jesus for the Blood -Charity Gayle♥♪♫


Confidence

2020 was bad, 2021 isn't starting out so good either. Deaths, sickness, Cancer, broken relationships, hurt, hatred, the list is endless. I hope hearing this song will help ease your pain and give you Confidence. God Bless each and everyone.


Smoke In A Bar


Daddies were Daddies and Mamas were saints

What preachers were preaching

You could take to the bank

Kids played outside

Up until it turned to dark

When the world turned slower

And you could smoke in a bar


Trucks took a beating

The working man too

You could turn on the six o' clock

And get the whole truth

A seat belt was a backup

For Mamas right arm

When the world turned slower

And you could smoke in a bar


My, oh my!

How times have changed

But man sometimes I miss them old days

They say we've come a long way

But I'd say it's a little bit too far

From when the world turned slower

And you could smoke in a bar


Neighbors came by and talked on the porch

We all said goodnight

And never locked the front door

Even downtown

You could still see the stars

When the world turned slower

And you could smoke in a bar


My, oh my!

How times have changed

But man sometimes I miss them old days

They say we've come a long way

But I'd say it's a little bit too far

From when the world turned slower

And you could smoke in a bar


A deal was a deal

When you shook a man's hand

When we saw the flag flying

We all gave a damn


My, oh my!

How times have changed

But man sometimes I miss them old days

They say we've come a long way

But I'd say it's a little bit too far

From when the world turned slower

And you could smoke in a bar

From when the world turned slower

And you could smoke in a bar