“Thank you sir, but please don’t use profanity” ….


 

 

Something light to make us smile for a change.

A  wealthy senior citizen attended church one Sunday morning as he’d been told that there would be a collection to help the less fortunate members of the congregation who were suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Afterwards he stopped to shake the preacher’s hand.

“That was a fine sermon, preacher, damned good, in fact!”

“Thank you sir,” the preacher replied, “but I’d prefer you not to use profanity.”

The congregant continued as if he’d not heard a word the preacher said;

 “Preacher, I was so damned impressed with your sermon, that I put $5,000 in the collection plate.”

“No shit !” the surprised preacher replied.

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About Jill

Author of books and articles on support and experiences of living with a mentally ill family member. My aim in blogging is to let others see how a loving family, with a father and husband who is able to give unconditional love, can help the family cope. Many call me the blogging grandma.'

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