I learned this the hard way.
My Mommy admits that it was totally her fault. She LOVES multitasking and did not pay good enough attention to my joke on Tuesday. It went out and it boomeranged...
Yesterday I did a lot of soul searching and contemplated on how to prevent blunders like this from ever happening again.
Last thing I want, is to make my wonderful friends uneasy about my jokes.
A special Thanks goes out to my wonderful Girlfriend, Mary-Margaret who sent me her thoughts when I was in the "dog house".
She said: 'Scuse me? I LIKE reading little Neeko's jokes even if some DO make me blush. Mom noticed my forehead was pinker than usual yesterday. I told her maybe it was just sunburn, though.
Love you, Neeko......
PS - My mom used to tell my sister who took English riding lesson when she was six..."Never stand under a horse's tail even if you are wearing your helmet!"
Lieutenant Chaplain - Yorkie Brigade
"Yorkie prayers are Angel's wishes!"
Love you back Gorgeous!!! ♥♥♥
Your comments inspired me to keep going :o)
Sooo, the corrective action is that from now on, I will sit down with my Mommy and we will study the jokes together. Also we bought a very good joke book and we have three more on order soon to arrive.
I think these are going to be safe...
On a happier note, I would like to introduce to you my extended Yorkie family:
Left to right is Sasha, Harriet, Tilly, Tinker, Abbie and Jack. They are all over eight years old. Jack and Harriet are almost 15 years old.
They belong to my foster Mommy Corrine, and they all help her with babies like me, when they are in her foster care. Mama Corrine is a God sent on this earth. She cared for over 150 fosters since she took on this monumental job. Although if you ask her, it is not a job to her. She loves doing it over and over again and her whole soul is in it.God Bless You Mama Corrine! You are forever in my heart ♥
Well, that is all for now folks. I'm going to take a nap because I learned from my new friend Amy that great things are coming out of snoozes...
She is the author of The Lipstick Laws, a young adult novel due out in the spring of 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. You can check her out @ http://www.amyholder.com/
P.S. Today's clean joke:
~ A bachelor son invited his mother over for a meal. He had just gotten two new dogs and wanted his mom to see them.
When she sat down at the table, she noticed that the dishes were the dirtiest that she had ever seen in her life.
"Have these dishes ever been washed?" she asked, running her fingers over the grit and grime.
"They are as clean as soap and water could get them", he answered.
She felt a bit apprehensive but started eating anyway.
The food was really delicious, and she said so, despite the dirty dishes.
When dinner was over, her son took the dishes, put them on the floor, whistled and yelled: "Here, Soap! Here Water!" ~