Uh, oh…

I don’t remember who sent this to me, but I think he was a role-play paper draper. Or was it a fly paper draper maker…? Anyway, I remember his dot com was “noflysonme” and traveled a lot.

Yes, and I remember something else about him. When he met somebody new, he would greet them by saying, “So glad to meet you.” But he had a cleft lip and it sounded like “So God made flies, too.” It sounded that way even in his email greetings.

Remember your Creator
    in the days of your youth,
before the days of trouble come
    and the years approach when you will say,
    “I find no (pun) in them”—

Ecclesiastes 12:1

[If I was wrong all these years and the Lord DOESN’T like humor…I’m in big trouble come judgement day]

Yes, and…

If you can laugh about it while praying that helps, too.

Let’s now pause and take a look at the Wonder of our God:

13 thoughts on “Uh, oh…”

    1. I’m glad you like it. I like it, too Patty. The Lord inhabits the praise of His people, just so, I believe humor inhabits the joy of the Lord. 🤗 Blessings!

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  1. Hey GeeDub. Some of my last attempts to leave comments on blog posts failed. I got out of the habit of using WordPress, and there may have been changes that I’ve not yet learned. I hope this comment goes through. Just wanted to let you know I still get email notifications of your new posts, and although I don’t get to read all of them, I do read some, and always appreciate them. I hope you will keep on encouraging the world with your words that praise our Lord. Blessings to you, brother.



    1. Hi Steeny. It’s good to hear from you. I hope you are doing well. You still have my email addy I trust? Blessings to you, sister. Maranatha!



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