Gimme a cookie

A Londoner and a Liverpool guy go into a pastry shop.

The Londoner whisks three cookies into his pocket with lightning speed. The baker doesn’t notice.

The Londoner says to the Scouser, “You see how clever we are? You Scousers can never beat that!”

The Scouser says to the Londoner, “Watch dis, any Scouser is smarter dan you, and I’ll prove it to ya.”

He says to the baker, “Gimme a cookie, I’ll show ya a magic trick!”

The baker gives him the cookie, which the Scouser promptly eats.

Then he says to the baker, “Gimme anudder cookie for me magic trick.” The baker is getting suspicious, but he
gives it to him. He eats this one too.

Then he says again, “Gimme one more cookie…” The baker is getting
angry now, but gives him one anyway. The Scouser eats this one too.

Now the baker is really mad, and he yells, “OK…and now where is your famous magic trick?”

The Scouser says…. “Now look in the Londoner’s pocket.

Do you do selfies?


There must be a technique to take good selfies! I still don’t know it!  I never look right in them..
I asked Camille to take this one when I visited her at the beginning of February. Do you do selfies?

The Gospel Of John 6:22-27 #JesusisGod

Originally posted on Spiritual Wilderness:

This is a really interesting section.  I have been using the divisions placed in the text by the Bible publisher.  However, there is so much in this section that I thought I should break it up a little more.  So, Jesus has fed 5000 and walked on the water.  He is sought out by the people from the previous miracle.  When they find him, Jesus kind of challenges them.  I find it interesting that he has been followed by people throughout his ministry thus far.  I wonder why it is that he challenges these people and not the others.  He would know their hearts, and I am sure that is why he challenges them.

So the people manage to track down Jesus.  When they greet him, Jesus tells them that they have only come to be fed.  He tells them that they haven’t understood his miracles.  They have only come…

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Looking for a car

Looking for a car is not easy any day. Especially if the future owner is a young 23 y.o. (our daughter) who obtained her driving licence three weeks ago! So here we are in Bristol checking a few cars that our miss spotted on the internet.


Having a bit of lunch at Browns before returning to the garage once Camille made her mind up!

imageWe had a lovely day in good company! Though the sun was out  it was cold. Have a blessed week-end.

Have a joyful Valentine!

After work my darling husband Steven and I celebrated the 7th anniversary of our engagement in Snettisham. Just watching sledging olympic Lizzie Yarnold British winner! Now we are off to our favorite Indian restaurant, Ashiana, in Stafford!