Friday, June 05, 2015

Lighter Side of God

Disclaimer: I do have a relationship with God, but He does have a sense of humor. He actually told me I'm funny! And that word was very good.

God recently went shopping with me. "Does this make my butt look fat?" I asked.

He answered in his Irish brogue,"Believe Me and Mr. Rogers when I tell you, you are perfect just the way you are, but a wee bit more will power may help you avoid food temptations. And you could walk with Me on the treadmill."

That's my God, ever so tactful.

God sends pop-up messages straight to my brain. I can't block them, so I'm convinced I should start acting on the repeat incomings. For example: He keeps giving me ideas for this humor column. He suggested I write about the funny effects of marijuana or FBI agents leaving their guns in public bathrooms. In the past, I would have ignored these great suggestions. But the new me is going to write about pot and forgetful agents and anything else that pops up in my inner sanctum. You and I will both be surprised.

God said, "Ask and you shall receive."

That's one app you won't see for sale on iTunes.

So in conclusion, this author, otherwise known as Kanela, will be asking you to "Like and comment". All comments are welcome. After I'm done sobbing over any negative comments, I will send subliminal messages your way to "Like" me more.

Sandra Warholic Seeley is the creator and author of Kanela's Korner and The Sandra Seeley Column. She is a lifelong educator who has taught in Hawaii, where Kanela was born; Bethel Park, where her 3 children were born and in the inner city schools of Pittsburgh Public where her passion for the underprivileged began. Kanela's Korner is often 95% fiction and 5% fact, leaving the reader to do the math. Her motto is: Funny or not, here I come! Her faithful assistant, Wolfgang, is always by her side. He looks just like a black Lab and works for treats. To contact the author, click the following link.

1 comment:

  1. Top O' the mornin' to ya! 'Tis good to see Kanela is writin' again.


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