Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Missing something!

I read this story the other day and laughed pretty hard. First you should read the story and then I will leave my comments for the end.

Missing Husband

A lady went to the police station to file a report for her missing Husband:
Lady: I lost my Husband
Inspector: What is his height?

Lady: I never noticed
Inspector: Slim or healthy?

Lady: Not slim can be healthy
Inspector: Color of eyes?

Lady: Never noticed
Inspector: Color of hair?

Lady: Changes according to season
Inspector: What was he wearing?

Lady: suit/casuals I don’t remember exactly
Inspector: Was somebody with him ?????????

Lady: Yes my Labrador dog, Calvin, tied with a golden chain, height 30 inches, healthy, blue eyes, blackish brown hair, his left foot thumb nail is slightly broken, he never barks, wearing a golden belt studded with blue balls, he likes non veggie food, we eat together, we jog together…. And the lady started crying…..

Inspector: Let’s search for the dog first!!!!!!!

Wasn't that funny?  Of course it was funny for a story, but in true life that would be really sad. I do believe all of us at different times in our lives, maybe have had our perspective out of whack like that. When you stop and look at your thoughts, time and efforts and where they are put, are our lives balanced or not? Are we putting the proper time and energy into our marriages and family, verses other things in our lives?  It made me laugh but yet made me really stop and think. Hope it does the same for you.

(Now the picture below, is not of a cute lab named Calvin, but this is a photo of my new GRAND PUPPY Keeva! Isn't she cute? I haven't actually met her in person yet, but in just 3 weeks I will...hope I can keep things in perspective, after all she is my first Grand Puppy you know? :)  Good night dear friends!

"You don't marry someone you can live with, you marry the person who you cannot live without."                ~ Unknown

"Success in marriage does not come merely through finding the right mate, but through being the right mate." 
~ Barnett Bricker

"Sometimes it's the smallest decisions that can change your life forever."  ~ Keri Russell

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