Monday, January 14, 2008


What Do You Suppose That Is?

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A nurse on the pediatric ward, before listening to the little ones chests, would plug the stethoscope into their ears and let them listen to their own hearts. Their eyes would always light up with awe, but she never got a response equal to four-year old David's comment. Gently she tucked the stethoscope into his ears and placed the disk over his heart.

"Listen", she said..........."What do you suppose that is?" He drew his eyebrows together in a puzzled line and looked up as if lost in the mystery of the strange tap - tap - tapping deep in his chest. Then his face broke out in a wondrous grin and he asked, "Is that Jesus knocking?"


Old Wom Tigley said...

Thanks nice Patty, but the little ones hair is a hoot..

Chica said...

Awww that is precious, the picture is even better! lol

Wanda said...

Oh Patty, I've shed enough tears this weekend...and now you give me this....Boo Hoo ....sob...sniff!

This may be my favorite of all times.

Thanks for your sweet comments on our retirement.

Mississippi Songbird said...

Oh, This is wonderful! How precious!
I love the picture too..
God Bless you. You have made my day with this post.. I have told everyone in my office. They love it too..

Lisa said...

I really enjoyed my visit to your blog.God Bless you

Merle said...

Hi Patty ~~ How sweet - the picture and the boy's comments just lovely.
Thank you for your comments and glad
you enjoyed the jokes. I agree the fathers were as thick as their sons.
I am so pleased to hear you had a good sleep, for a change. I hope you get more nights like that. Hope those scan results are negative today.
Take care, my friend, Love, Merle.

Anonymous said...

This was the best post I read today. I think so. Smack! One kiss, without slobbers, from your old man. Excellent post.

LZ Blogger said...

Thanks for checking in and giving me the Birthday wishes... VERY SWEET! This post of yours is just TOO CUTE! ~ jb///

Renie Burghardt said...

What a sweet little face, and a sweet answer. Loved it. Thank you, Patty.