Friday, November 30, 2012
An ironworker calmly walked the narrow beam 15 floors above the city street. Even with heavy winds blowing and a driving rain falling, he showed no fear and never hesitated.
When he came down to ground level a man who had been watching asked, "How did you ever get a job like that?"
"Well," replied the ironworker, "I used to drive a school bus, but my nerves gave out."
[forwarded by Al Keeney]
I planted my tomatoes late. How do I make them ketchup?
Posted by Deacon Gerry at 6:43 AM