Just a joke…

Nothing very profound here. Just a joke I heard that I wanted to share…

An old woman was walking on a windswept beach with her young grandson, who was no more than three. Suddenly, a huge wave came up unexpectedly and swept the little boy out to sea. Horror struck, the woman raised her eyes to Heaven, crying, “God, how could you do this to me? I thought you were a kind, loving, merciful God! If this is true, please, give me back my grandson, or I will stop believing in you forever!”

Sure enough, another wave hit the beach, carrying the little boy with it. Overjoyed, the old woman again raised her eyes to Heaven, saying “Thank you, God! I knew you were truly great and merciful!” She looked down at her grandson and, raising her eyes to Heaven a third time, added, “Hey! He had a hat!”


2 Responses to “Just a joke…”

  1. February 6, 2007 at 6:48 pm

    I actually know a lady like that……

    Lucky you.

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