Archive for January 29th, 2008

Witty Wednesday

January 29, 2008
Don’t be offended, I’m a church~goer, too! 

Sisters of Mercy

A man was driving down the highway, and sees a sign saying “Sisters of Mercy, House of Prostitution, 10 miles” Thinking it is some sort of joke, he pays no attention, until he sees a similar sign reading “Sister’s of Mercy, House of Prostitution, 5 miles.”Still unsure, he drives on, until spotting a third sign saying “Sister’s of Mercy, House of Prostitution, next exit”. His curiosity getting the better of him, he takes the exit and parks his car outside the convent.He knocks on the door, and tells the nun who answers “I saw your signs on the highway, are they for real?”The nun answers “Yes”, and tells him to give her $50 and follow her to a room.He enters a room, and a second nun requests $50, and leads him to a door. Once he opens the door, he is quickly shoved outside by the nun.

He finds himself behind the convent, where he sees the final sign,

“Thank you for you contributions, you have just been screwed by the Sisters of Mercy.”

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E for Expected

January 29, 2008
Look what I got from Mother of this Lot at Mothers Pride! God love ‘er. I have so many awards now, I’ve had to file them away. You know me and clutter. (She needs an award for raising  five girls!)

Tackling the fridge and a new book club!

January 29, 2008

 I haven’t tackled anything with the Tacklers for a while, and as my fridge is a mess, I thought I’d share it with you. I  hadn’t planned to do it till later in the week, but it’s raining (surprise, surprise) and I have an hour to spare before I collect the girls from school

Before…

After…….

 Mmmm…methinks I  need to go shopping tomorrow!

  Eventually, I managed to set a date for my Book Club. I already have three friends from the Carers and Toddler Group who will be coming along for a meal and a chat (any excuse for a night out!) We’ll meet for the first time on Shrove Tuesday and decide on the book we’ll be reading before the next get-together. Any suggestions from avid book readers welcome!