Friday, May 27, 2016

Our Police Chaplin ~~ Friday’s Hunt v1.22-- "V" is for ...

Friday's Hunt for the week of May 27th: (1) Starts with V; (2)  Week's Favorite; and (3)  Sunshine

(1)  Starts with V:  "V" is for Volunteer.  Our Sunday school teacher, Dr. Charles Wisdom is a Volunteer with the Fulshear, Texas, Police Department.  He serves as the Police Chaplin.  Some tease him of having special driving and legal privileges.

As a teasing joke, a few of our members doctored up a picture of Dr. Wisdom's car by putting a big sign on it, reading "Fulshear Police."  After a bit of fun during pre-class time it was admitted that his car actually didn't have this sign.  Rather it was doctored up by clever usage of a photo editing program.

As you can see in the picture, Charles really enjoyed the photo which was presented to him. 

(2Week's FavoriteAn Aggie experiment.    Students, graduates, and staff at the Texas A&M College have a reputation of not having everything just exactly right.  These students and graduates are called "Aggies".  Aggies are the butt of many unkind jokes hinting of a less than 'normal' intelligence concerning everyday situations.

There is an Aggie joke saying that some Aggie graduates were having trouble concerning the growing of chickens.  Since none of the chickens planted seemed to be growing, one brilliant graduate decided to call his college professor.

When told of the problem, the professor asked how they were planting these chickens.  "Feet first" was the graduate's response, whereby the prof quickly and wisely responded, "Why don't you try planting them 'heads down'?"

As I snapped this picture I was reminded of the Aggie joke above.  It may be an Aggie clandestine operation of growing children.  Clearly these kids are planted 'head first.'

[click once or twice on any picture for a larger size]

This little rabbit is grazing in the sunshine.  We have a very good rabbit crop this summer.  They come and go in and out of our yard, back and front. 

Since dogs here are required to be on leash and rabbits are a protected species in Katy most live a long life.

This one seems to be off to a good start.
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The Fine Print:
 - Teresa of Eden Hills, (click) is running this meme, Friday's Hunt.  Her rules are: "Welcome to linkup for Friday’s Hunt. It’s very simple. Anyone can participate. The link opens at 7pm Central time and will close Sunday at 7pm, so you have plenty of time to enter."
- The Mr. Linky address here has a list of others who are participating if you would to read what these folk are doing for the Friday post.

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Have a fabulous day and weekend Jim. My best to Mrs. Jim. ☺
Rabbits are a protected species? That's the dumbest things I've ever heard!
I am glad Dr Wisdom can taake a joke adn I lovee the little rabbit in the lst shot. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
We have rabbits in our garden Jim. Have a good weekend
I loved the car prank, I think it was a fun thing to do! Cleary those kids are growing down instead of growing up! :-). Our rabbit crop is flourishing this year too with all the early rain and tall grass. It's nice to see them doing so well, and my cats love watching them from the window, probably wishing they could go out and meet up with a few!!
Hello, I am happy for the bunnies. I always enjoy seeing the bunnies in my yard. Cute photo. Happy Memorial Day! Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Jim, Volunteer is a great V word. Thanks for sharing. Sylvia D.
I never see any rabbits here, but I know there are coyotes. People have lost pets which is so sad.
I loved your fun anecdotes this week. Your pastor certainly looks like a fun-loving gentleman. I had to chuckle at the stories about he Aggies planting chickens. Pretty bunny. I still don't see many around here even though I haven't had a dog around for several months now. Thank you so much for joining Friday's Hunt. Have a great Memorial Day and week ahead.
Volunteer...that's a great V word! Have a great week!
Not fond of rabbits, destroying our garden. But going to smoke them out of the underside of our deck and lock it up so no one else can get under there. It has been a real nightmare. Hopefully they will move somewhere else. Coyotes seem to be everywhere these days. Ah life and nature. ALways good to see you here and love the photos.

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