Sweet Talkin’ Ken

Have you ever wanted to program your husband to say the right things?

Imagine. You walk down the stairs for a coveted date night with the man of your life after spending hours choosing just the right outfit to disguise your left over baby weight. You’ve spent extra time putting on your “face,” even taking the time to Google some make-up tips and tricks. With your smoky nighttime eyes, you walk past your man looking down at your freshly painted toes, hoping he’ll notice your lids.

You twirl, pretending to look at the television, giving him a view of you from all angles. “Hey,” he begins, and you hold your breath –

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Carol

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The look on his face said it all. “But-,” he started. My son couldn’t believe the words coming out of my mouth. “You heard me,” I told him, “turn the television off.” His steps were slow and methodical. He turned again to look at my eyes before he hit the off button, just to make sure he heard correctly…

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Carol

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The look on his face said it all. “But-,” he started. My son couldn’t believe the words coming out of my mouth. “You heard me,” I told him, “turn the television off.” His steps were slow and methodical. He turned again to look at my eyes before he hit the off button, just to make sure he heard correctly…

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Carol

Happy Fall Y’all


Being a Christian is like being a Pumpkin

God lifts you up, takes you in, and washes all the dirt off of you. He opens you up, touches you deep inside and scoops out all the yucky stuff … including the seeds of doubt, hate, greed, etc. Then he carves you a new smiling face and puts His light inside you for all the world to see.

**I like to give credit where credit is due, but I am unsure of the author of this piece. A friend sent me this in an email. Thanks, Ms. Anna.

Carol