Friday, January 21, 2011

It's a Monkey.

A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. ~Proverbs 17:22
We received more bad news yesterday. My husbands boss was misinformed. All of the
Quiznos' in Denver have already been sold. My husband could possibly be let go next week. On a day like today I really needed something cheerful to think about. I'm very thankful that it just happens to be Friday which brings the Friday Funnies over at Homesteader's Heart! (You can visit her blog by clicking the button at the bottom of this post.)

Today for my entry I wanted to share one of my families (okay Mommy and Daddy's) favorite silly songs from Veggie tales. To get the full amount of funniness from this video you must picture me and Mr. Amazing singing it walking through Wal-mart at random, and having extremely serious conversations about it at the Zoo while looking at the Zebras, Elephants and Sea Lions...

Now picture us having the following conversation with straight faces:
Honey, isn't that an Ape? No dear, it has a tail, it's monkey. Oh that's right. If it has a tail it's a monkey, if it doesn't have a tail it's an ape. My mistake.

I hope you are enjoying your Friday. For more laughs, hop on over to Kim's blog:
Homesteader's Heart


  1. We love Veggie Tales!!! My kiddos grew up watching them...Thanks for stopping by :)

  2. Sorry to hear about your hubby. I pray all ends well.
    But you aren't going to believe this. I was just singing this very song yesterday. LOL! We love Veggie Tales silly songs.
    Thanks for linking up.
    Have a fabulous Friday.

  3. LOL It's pretty funny how much parents... and older siblings like Veggietales, too! I love their underlying humor in their shows that the young kids won't catch!

    I pray that God will take care of you and your husband.

    Thanks for commenting on my blog!

  4. thanks for bringing a smile to my face today with veggie tales! I love their "cheeseburger song" and "the pirates who don't do anything." So sorry to hear about your hubby's predicament. Will pray that God draws you 2 closer to Him and each other during this time. We are also in financially trying times and He has drawn us closer. thanks for your visit. following. blessings on your day!

  5. I hope you hubby's job will not be affected. I spend a lot of time at the San Diego Zoo when I visit my granddaughter. You guys would fit right in!

  6. HA! I've seen this before on our Veggietales DVD's, love it! Have you seen Jelly Telly yet? They have some great songs about the books of the Bible that are fun too. Look them up on youtube if you haven't.

    A few years back (actually I think it was more like 4 or 5) the place where my husband worked went out of business suddenly too. He went to work on a Monday and was told the store would close on Saturday. Trust in God, He won't leave you stranded.

  7. So sorry to hear about your husband's job. Praying that God will lead and provide. Blessings!