RevGalBlogPals: Friday Five Silly Sentences …..

Friday Five Silly Sentences…. as posted by 

 Because I am feeling silly, or perhaps, just out there, our FF is dedicated to creating silly sentences.  We all need a little meaningless creativity and humour, right?

Use these five words (in any tense) in a sentence:
1. pulpit, puppy, wrench, word, mouse.
2. weep, love, prayer, bassoon, chair
3. heart, shutter, wish, turtle, walk
4. howl, worry, window, story, trust
5. garden, hat, shepherd, laugh, sigh.


If you give a mouse a pulpit, she’ll ask you for a puppy and a wrench while delivering the Word. And when you give her the puppy and the wrench, she’ll also offer you a chair while you weep and she’ll need a bassoon for tomorrow’s special music. When you give her the bassoon for tomorrow’s special music, she’ll fix the shutter using the wrench. After fixing the shutter, her heart’s wish will be to walk the turtle. And if she walks the turtle, she will tell the story. If she tells the story, everyone listening will howl with laughter. No worries. Trust me. And at the end of the story, after the last laugh, there is a deep sigh. Because when you give a mouse a pulpit, she’s been called by the Great Shepherd and she wears many hats.


About Sarah The Vicar of Hogsmeade

I'm an United Methodist clergywoman with two daughters. I read. I geocache. I look for excuses to laugh. My Ph.D. is on Clergywomen and Grief.
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