By Dot KelleyBy Dot Kelley

Senior Citizens

There’s nothing 

whatsoever 

the matter with me.

I’m just as healthy 

as I can be.

I have arthritis in 

both my knees.

And when I talk, 

I talk with a wheeze.

My pulse is weak, 

my blood is thin,

But I’m awfully well 

for the shape I’m in.


All my teeth have 

had to come out,

And my diet I hate 

to think about.

I’m overweight and I

 can’t get thin,

But I’m awfully well 

for the shape I’m in.


And

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By Dot KelleyBy Dot Kelley

God always has an answer

 For any negative we say to ourselves,

God has a positive answer for it.

We say: “It’s impossible.”

God says: “All things are possible.” (Luke 18:27)

We say: “I’m too tired.”

God says: “I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)

We say: “I can’t do it.”

God says: “You can do all things.” (Philippians 4:13)

We say: “I’m not able.”

God says: “I am able.” (2 Corinthians 9:8)

We say:

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By Dot KelleyBy Dot Kelley

Love

Genuine “Love” Is…

 1. Long-suffering (patient)

 2. Kind

 3. Not jealous

 4. Not boastful

 5. Not arrogant 

 6. Not rude

 7. Not selfish

 8. Not resentful

 9. Thinks no evil

10. Rejoices in truth

11. Bears all things

12. Believes all things

13. Hopes all things

14. Endures all things

A Selfish Marriage Is…

One with two takers and no givers. That creates a serious problem. A marriage needs unselfish, self-giving love, the kind of

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By Dot KelleyBy Dot Kelley

Go ahead, have a good laugh

Scientists have been studying the effect of laughter on human beings and have found, among other things, that laughter has a profound and instantaneous effect on virtually every important organ in the human body.

Laughter reduces health-sapping tensions and relaxes the tissues as well as exercises the most vital organs.

It is said that laughter, even when forced, results in a beneficial

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By Dot KelleyBy Dot Kelley

A Deck of Cards

During the war a group of soldiers arrived at a small village in France after a long march. The chaplain read a prayer and asked all the men who had Bibles to open them. One of the soldiers brought out a deck of cards. He was arrested and taken to the commanding officer.

“Sir” he said. “I have neither Bible nor

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