Herb’s Blog, Herbdate 22919 – 995
Here’s the haps:
This is a repeat from last year of a repost I did the year before. I could apologize and say I’m sorry over and over again but I don’t really plan to. I have slightly rewritten it, but nothing too major so if you’ve seen it a couple of times already and want to skip it, that’s fine(as if I have anything to say about that anyway.).
Herb’s Blog, Herbdate 22314 – 797:
Here’s the haps:
I know I only posted this in July of last year but I wanted to repeat it over again. I hope you don’t mind my re-posting this one.
Herb’s blog, Herbdate 22089-659:
Repeat That Over Again
Greetings, Howdy, Hello, and Hi there. I’m from the Bureau of the Repetitive Redundancies Department. I’ve come to regale you with a tale and tell you a story.
Initially from the beginning, we determined the absolute essential necessity to take care of our elderly senior citizens. Why, one unmarried bachelor told me the widow woman next door was having trouble with her hot water heater. It was freezing cold. At first, it was an unsolved mystery. Postponing it till later they came up with an unexpected surprise. A young child, one of two twins, around 7AM in the morning, thinking it was one of their toys and playthings, caused the terrible tragedy. Thankfully, a solitary hermit, who saw himself as a youthful teenager, remembered back to the time he was surrounded on all sides by multitudes and crowds of people. He thought about the unmarried old maid, the widow woman. First, at the beginning, he checked the component parts and then just banged on it with his closed fist. Hitting it by banging on it worked and soon the water was boiling hot. She was one of the affluent rich in the small little town and tried to give him cash money as a free gift from the automatic A.T.M. Machine using her own personal P.I.N. Number.
He said, “No, but if you will fill in the empty blank of this empty book I will put it in the autobiography of my life.”
“To tell you the honest truth you don’t seem like an academic scholar but I am gratefully thankful that you were able to repair it manually by hand.”
“You know, I mentally thought in my mind about this. I’ve learned a tiny bit from knowledgeable experts.”
So, looking out at the boat marina which makes a beautiful vista to look out upon I must bid you a final farewell.