Sunday, November 9, 2008

Blue Monday



Morning, sweetnesses. It's Monday and you know what that means - it's time to be Blue!! I'm talking about a happy Blue Monday hosting by our ever smiling Sally at http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/ . Make sure you go and visit her today and you'll see all the Blue Ones participating in this most happy occasion.



Today I want to share with you my two little twin rabbits with much blue on them.


You can see all of the blue showing on this little rascal! Even his little tail is blue!


You know how I love to tell you stories, but today I don't have one. Does that make you happy? I hope it makes you a little sad! I could make one up, but you know I wouldn't do that!

Well, be Blue anyway and I'll hopefully have a story to tell you soon!


Be Blue Sweeties,

Well, a few of you were concerned because I didn't tell you a story, so I'm back and here goes...

My Mom and Dad took me to church and Sunday School for the first time when I was three years old. I had had an encounter with death and they decided right there and then to start living for the Lord and to raise me in a Christian home. Well, my first time to go to Sunday School was so exciting, I'm told. The teacher asked if any of the children would like to sing a little song about Jesus.
Well, being the shy child that I was, I stood up and said I would sing a song. She said, oh how marvelous, our little visitor is going to sing us a song. I stood up proudly and sang "Davy Crockett" king of the old frontier, for you oldies! She let me finish my most gorgeous song and then said, that was so nice, but do you know another song about Jesus? I said I did and in my most gorgeous three year old voice sang "Here Comes Peter Cottontail". See, I've always been musical.
We we moved to another state when I was thirteen and that little church gave us a going away party. My kindergarten Sunday School teacher told my mother that story! She could have shamed me or made me feel really badly, but she was just a sweet Godly woman and I believe she handled the situation beautifully! I was a hoot way back then.
Okay, now there's your rabbit story, Dear Ones!! ;)





I'll leave you with a little Note Song ~



Rabbitt in the Pea Patch




Well, Scratch on the hillside raking up hay,


Rabbitt in the pea patch eating all day.


Get my dog, let's go hunting,


Get that rabbit out of town.


Well, Scratch on the hillside raking up leaves,


Rabbit in the pea patch eating all day.


here, here


Well, Scratch on the hillside raking up leaves,


Rabbit in the pea patch eating all day.


get that rabbitt out of town


Get my dog, let's go hunting,


Get that rabbit out of town.


Well, Scratch on the hillside raking up leaves,


Rabbit in the pea patch eating all day.


~sung by Uncle Dave Macon