Saturday, February 27, 2010

THE MAYONNAISE JAR OF LIFE for SPIRITUAL SCENIC SUNDAY

NEWS FLASH FROM LANCASTER,OHIO enjoy SOME QUALITY TIME AND READ ON:

A SPIRITUAL SCENIC SUNDAY POST

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DSC_0001  The Prof says:

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QUESTION COFFEE

100_2900 Sometimes you take a walk just to look for the golf balls to put in the jar. CLICK on the photo to read about that adventure.

Sometimes you get Rained Out:

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Or the sun could be out but you are in the sand

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profcoffeecroped The Prof says, “I’m not going to pour any coffee into a jar. I’m going to drink it ( preferably with a friend ) and enjoy it, just like life.” OH and by the way Thanks for Stopping By.

A very special thanks to my good friend ( Author Unknown)

18 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shots of the golf course. The colors are very pretty.

croneandbearit said...

Hi Joe - I see you've been having fun with some new software - like the frames around sections. And I love the winter poem - that's life in OH although our friends up in NY are getting hit a lot harder than we are right now. If we can get through a few more weeks...Spring is right around the corner! Cheers!

Corker2 said...

Don't know about you, but I'm ready to get out there and play a few rounds at my favorite Golf Club around here. Spring is coming soon, but don't know if the greens and fairways will be ready.

I've collected a few balls myself while playing. It's one of the things that I look for, like allot of others.

June said...

No golf today...balls all lost in the snowbanks! Not really lost, just out of sight for now.

Georgia said...

Before last summer, I had never played a round of golf in my life, but I decided to take it up. I took lessons and everything, and I've gotten pretty good. I'm looking forward to spring so I can go golfing again... if the rain lets up long enough.

Beautiful post with beautiful pictures, Joe. I love your blog!

God bless you!

Georgia

PS ~ Perfect analogy about life and what means most in our lives, or at least, what should mean most. :)

Sandy said...

Thank you for sharing all of this! It is very good!
I heard a similar story a long time ago, at a Ladies Retreat, so I have a Priority Jar on my kitchen counter. It has small marshmallows at the bottom and then filled with rice.

Thank you, again!!

Greyscale Territory said...

This is a good life check! Serious with a slight tinge of humour! Great combination!

Whidbey Woman said...

:) Thanks for putting a smile on my face today.

Denise said...

Thanks for sharing a smile.

LeAnn * ~ See Great Things said...

I like that. I have seen it demonstrated on film, which was very good, but yours adds another dimension. Very good!

char72 said...

What an interesting post. I'm amazed at the variety of thoughts we see shared on Spiritual Sundays. Thank you for sharing this.
Blessings,
Charlotte

Debbie said...

I LOVED this. What wonderful thoughts that of course soo true. i am going to remember this analogy I know. I really enjoyed your post again this week. I am soo glad you have decided to join us on SS. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Debbie

sarah said...

great post...makes me think and love these pictures....Have a great Week...Sarah

Clif said...

Very interesting way to present a wonderful lesson. Thank you.

Ginger said...

That was a awesome story! It makes so much since.I'm so glad your shared this today.
God Bless,
Ginger

SandyCarlson said...

Coffee represents for me the blood of life! Love the story and the images.

Kcalpesh said...

These are really beautiful shots for a skywatch :-)

Pixellicious Photos

Tony Letts said...

There was a notice on a golf course saying that any persons other than golf players found stealing golf balls on the course would be arrested and have their balls removed. Going a bit too far I'd say!