Tuesday, March 22, 2011


Gotta love 'em.
Everybody does, right?
I mean, come on.....
when people talk about Jehovah's witnesses,
it's always in glowing terms,

They rank right up there with door to door Amway people.
And we ALL just LOVE to see them coming.

Because of course...

 someone else to
 tell us what to believe and why.

their GOD told them that the rest of us weren't given brains.

We can't think for ourselves.
We NEED them to come to our homes....

and convince us.


Gotta love em.

I'm thinkin'.....
"How can I make them feel more WELCOME?"

Maybe their first impression of me could be better.
Spruce up my front door just for them.

Or if I'm feeling a little....

yeah, like that....

I'll add one of these...

just for good measure.

Can I get a witness?


  1. You can get a witness! lol My first husband's father was a Jehovah's Witness and I am Baptist.....not a good mix! lol You can just imagine the conversations/debates we had....I always won ;)

    Hope you are having a good week girl!

    Lou Cinda

  2. crazy thing is.. these were baptist witnesses. What the hey? I think next time I'll answer the door naked and tell them to come back later, that I'm not done with the virgin yet.

  3. Years ago I use to live by one of their "temples" (not sure what their gathering place was called), but they were ALWAYS knocking on my door. You would "think" they might try to convert others in new neighborhoods that haven't been saturated with them already!

    Take care, Sue

  4. LMAO!!! @ the door knocker!!!
    My Mother's neighbors are JW's and they are super sweet and have been really good to her (and my Father, when he was still living)! BUT, we just cringe when people come up our driveway, through the 3 signs that indicate "PRIVATE PROPERTY" and up to our front door. We have a really l o n g drive and a not visitor friendly dog and our house is smack in the middle of our 11.5 acres on purpose! DH practices the country boy bathroom rule, if ya know what I mean, and even at my age I've been known to lay out in the sun without proper coverage!

  5. I know, don't ya love that door knocker! I would love to find one and put it up, but I don't know how I'd explain that to my kids! I live out in the middle of no-where, my property is surrounded by woods and I love that. If I want to sun my buns in the buff, why the hay shouldn't I? I'm building a new patio right now and shopping for a good chaise.

    There's just no "polite" way to get the message across to people that are already rude enough to barge in, uninvited, and tell you that "your children" are going to hell because you don't go to their church. I kinda want to put a sign out there that says- "the line forms to the right, pucker up and kiss my ass." But the neighbors already call me the crazy cat lady...

    Looks like the weather is kinda bad in Tennessee tonight. Batten down the hatches girlfriend!

  6. I absolutely love your bravado and your free enough spirit to tackle something that is supposedly politically incorrect to critique. Don't ya love the blogging world. Many have hid behind a curtain and turned off the porch lights only to find reading material stuffed in any small crevice that will keep the wind from carrying it away. I am so tempted to circulate that door knocker to my work friends because I know they would crack up. However, 2 of my co-workers are "of that faith" and happen to be nice people otherwise. They never discuss it at work however of course they never attend parties - at least not the ones we host. I don't quite get that but whatever.

    I wish I was your neighbor. We would spend more time roaring with laughter than I could possibly imagine.

    Love you Daisy Duke.

  7. Maybe it's Bravado, maybe I'm just Crass! I wish you were my neighbor too! Wouldn't we have fun?!! I love you to pieces!


My Grandmother always told me, "If you hang around with skunks, you're gonna get some stink on you."