Being a Christian in today's world is very hard. But do not let that scare you, anything worthwhile is worth working for. Being a Christian can be hard but it can also be fun. That is my objective, through my own stories, stories of my friends and a lot of plagiarism (Just kidding, only a little plagiarism.), I am going to show that you can be a Christian and still have fun!

the most wasted of all days is one without
laughter - e e cummings


Friday, August 19, 2005


  A tribute



If you have been visiting my blog for any period of time, you will notice a couple of things about what I post. One, I do not do politics. The word politics in Latin is "poli" meaning many and "tics" meaning blood sucking insects. Politics are not what this blog is about, if you want to read about politics there are plenty of those type blogs out there. I also try not to comment on things that everyone else is posting about at that particular time. I like to be different. I guess that is an understatement.

Anyway there is one thing I do comment on that may be considered something political. That is our armed forces. I know I have readers from all over the world who visit this site. And I would hope that you would agree to, but no mater where you live you should always support your troops. I don't care if you do not believe a country should or should not be at war, you should always support your troops! I have a lot to say about this matter but I am not going to. I am going to let the tribute speak for itself. So if you are interested please click on my title "A tribute" and it will link you to a very special page.

And to all you service people out there, thank you and God bless,
Joe

Link A tribute

13 Comments:

At 8:43 PM, Blogger Darlene said...

Awesome tribute! That I can relate too, but Politics give me a headache. I'm Canadian, so U.S. politics are even harder to take. You're a fantastic idiot, I enjoy your site.

 
At 10:11 PM, Blogger Peaceful Selah said...

Hi, I'm just a passer-by...I saw your "as for me and my blog we will serve the Lord" banner at the top, right-hand corner. I was going to see if you could give me a little lesson and tell me how to get a banner like that positioned correctly! ~smile~

 
At 12:54 AM, Blogger secretstash said...

Hi.

I like your blog and was wondering if you might want to exchange links with my blog. The name of my blog is "Sexy Funny."

http://sexy-funny.ice90.com/

Here is my linking info:

Sexy Funny

I'd love to add your link to my site. Please let me know if you are interested.

Later.

RJ
pmd@ionet.net

 
At 6:05 AM, Blogger Kurt said...

Hey Jo,
Thanks man, it's always good to see a little love from back home. I hope you and your family are in the midst of many blessings.

Kurt

 
At 7:41 PM, Blogger Layla said...

you should have told me to get out my Kleenex before looking at the tribute. It was really good.

 
At 10:57 PM, Blogger Broken Messenger said...

Joe,

Love the blog! Appreciate the themes and humor.

YBIC,
Brad

 
At 1:18 PM, Blogger Paul Yates said...

Nothing like listening to a little girl who misses her daddy to put a lump in my throat. Thanks for the reminder that freedom isn't free. I don't blame you about politics, although it often portrays the spiritual temperature of a nation. That is why I sometimes am intrigued by the subject. After all, the final tribulation of the church will come about through politics. May Jesus find us ready!

 
At 3:30 PM, Blogger Joe said...

I am old school. (Some say I'm just old...but that's a story for another time.) No show of emotions. Be strong. Never cry...you're a man.

Right.

 
At 12:31 PM, Blogger Peaceful Selah said...

Thanks for the help, Joe! I'll go to the website and see what I can figure out! Thanks again!

 
At 1:18 PM, Blogger Paula said...

Thanks for the cry, sniffle, sniffle. I'm an Air Force brat, so I love the military. My father bravely served in Vietnam. Thanks for sharing.

 
At 5:22 PM, Blogger Jerzey Girl said...

Amen to that! Always support your troops.. My husband served in the US Army for 8 yrs, including 1 yr in Iraq.

 
At 7:02 PM, Blogger Bonnie said...

I'm with you on that politics thing.It's not my strong suite.

 
At 10:30 PM, Blogger BHGA said...

An awesome tribute...those little ones always make me cry....mind if I link to you?...
My dad was a navy man, my hubby in the air force..brother in the coast guard...another brother in the air force, nephew in the army..
support our troops !!!
Blessings,
Donna

 

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