Bunny Goes Bats for Lemon

I’m back! Meanwhile, I hope some of you will browse the archives and tell me some posts you really liked, from years ago. Maybe I can re-post them.

Down to business: I don’t think I’ve ever known an animal that would eat a lemon. A camel, maybe? The bunny in this video has never had a lemon, but that first taste is all he needs. Maybe he’s eccentric.

By Request, ‘O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer’

We’re off to a late start with the hymn contest, but here we go–

Requested by Tessa, O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer, presented by Sovereign Grace Music, performed by Prayers of the Saints Live.

The contest is open to all, so don’t be shy, step right up and name a hymn!

‘Am I a Soldier of the Cross?’

No hymn contest entries yet today.

I found this beautiful rendition of Am I a Soldier of the Cross?, but the YouTube post doesn’t tell me who’s singing it. Maybe someone out there knows. Meanwhile, enjoy the harmony here.

Hymn written in 1721 by Isaac Watts.

The contest closes Aug. 8 and only a few of you have entered. Yeah, I know, that’s how it always is. We keep on trying, though…

A Cat, a Dog, and Tuna

The cat is sound asleep upstairs, in the bedroom, so it shouldn’t be a problem for you to go downstairs to the kitchen and make yourself some lunch–a procedure which involves opening a can of tuna. The dog watches intently, but doesn’t rat you out.

“Click” goes the can opener–and “thump” goes the cat as she jumps down to the floor.

For animals that do such a convincing impression of deafness, cats have remarkably sharp hearing!

‘Noozies Yelp Before They’re Bitten’ (2018)

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It was time to nominate a new Supreme Court justice; and Donald Trump was president, so of course our Free & Independent Nooze Media were going to attack the nominee no matter who it was.

ABC Nightline didn’t wait to find out who it was. They just attacked.

Noozies Yelp Before They’re Bitten

College stoodints also attacked the nominee before he was nominated. “We’ll never accept Whatsisname!”

Where are those giant chameleons that snap up leftids?

By Request, ‘Is There a Mountain?’

Here’s a hymn request from Erlene to start the day, and we’ll enter it in our hymn contest–Is There a Mountain? by Carroll Roberson.

The hymn contest is only till Aug. 8, so get your hymn requests in ASAP.

Cats with Funny Friends

Cats are supposed to eat birds. I’ve seen it done. But the cats in this video sleep with birds, groom them, play with them–and one cat gets fed a morsel at a time by an enterprising crow… who also feeds the dog.

Wait a minute. I’m starting to sound like Allen Funt here. Oh, no…..! [Briefly turns into Allen Funt]

By Request, ‘Rock of Ages’

We have another hymn request by Erlene [Note: You can all make as many as you want!]–Rock of Ages, sung by Tennesse Ernie Ford. He also tells you how the hymn came to be written.

Our hymn contest ends August 8. So if you haven’t entered yet… well, what are you waiting for?

Kitten Heaven

If you see a bowl marching across the floor, pick it up. There’s probably a kitten under it.

All right–let’s see who’s still awake by the time this video is over.

P.S.–The kittens are named after the characters of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women.

Did You Hear That???

I’d never heard of this bird until yesterday. The potoo–that’s what they call it in South America. It usually isn’t seen, but often heard. Listen!