Sunday, December 28, 2008
Adi Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Act like a preacher!
Romans 10:14-15 (link)
The preacher (Adi) came to visit this little old man (Jim). While they were visiting, the preacher (Adi) nibbled on a few of peanuts the little old man (Jim) had placed on his counter [the way I heard it, the little old man had put them in a dish].
After a bit and a long conversation, the preacher (Adi) noticed that he had eaten all of the peanuts. Feeling badly about this, he agonized on how to apologize to the little old man (Jim) or at least tell him what he had done.
Finally the preacher (Adi) fessed up, " Sir, I am terrible sorry, but I ate all your peanuts you had here on the counter. Please forgive me, please."
The little old man (Jim) said, "Oh, that's alright, I don't eat those peanuts. I only ate the chocolate off and left the peanuts."
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Lest you think Adi eats off those peanuts flipping them off her nose, she doesn't. Just a lot she eats off the rug. Here you can see one still left that she is about ready to eat after I finish with her photo op. You will have to super size this picture to see the peanut.
Adi is one talented puppy.
Hope you had a great Christmas, Jim, and Happy New Year to you and your family!
Also, this is an old "preacher joke" and it really isn't me. But my doctor did say that.
And Adi does do that trick.
We most certainly need an Adi.
Gunnar cannot have nuts or peanuts, and what is the poor man to do with all those nuts heaping up in front of him?
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