Debby Gies has been scouring the Internet for some more funnies to share with you as my guest… D.G. Kaye Writer Blog and I have been delving into the archives for a joke or two.
Thanks to Debby for sharing her foraging on the Internet.. I wonder how she finds time to write her very popular memoirs…
A recent review for Words We Carry Very insightful read. on September 16, 2018
Once in a while you come across a book that really speaks to you. Reading ‘Words We Carry’ by D. G. Kaye was like having friends over for coffee and revealing our innermost secrets or speaking to your mentor about life and how to make it better. The author, who has natural psychology opened my eyes and made me ponder why I react the way I do to certain things or certain people. I enjoyed author, D.G. Kaye’s writing style––so friendly and warm. This book is well written and is easily one that can change someone’s life. I recommend this book to anyone who ever felt insecure, self-conscious or inadequate. An easy 5 star read.
Now for a joke from the archives
A Moral story.
It was a freezing cold day in the snow-covered steppes of Siberia… A young boy was walking along when he spotted a tiny bird being chased by a fox. The boy picked up the bird, and just then a horse came along and left a large deposit in the road.
The boy scooped out a hole in the deposit and carefully placed the bird in it. It was warm and it poked its head out of the hole and began to sing with joy. But the hungry fox was still lurking nearby and it pounced on the little bird and gobbled it up.
The moral of this story is two-fold. First, it is not always you enemies who drop you in it. And, second, if you are up to your neck in it, keep your mouth shut.
I hope that you have enjoyed today’s funnies and please feel free to share.. thanks again to Debby for her contribution as always.. and if you have favourite jokes or images you would like to share.. send them to Sally.firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on Facebook.