Gotta Laugh Every Now and Then

A farmer stayed home on Sunday to haul hay because rain was predicted. Just after noon, as he came down the road with a load of hay, he met the preacher, who looked at him reproachfully. “Reverend,” said the farmer, “It’s better to be sitting on this hay thinking about God than sitting in church thinking about hay.”

Or. “Now, Son, there is a wonderful example in the life of an ant,” pointed out the father. “Every day the ant goes to work and works all day. Every day the ant is busy. And, in the end what happens?”           Unimpressed, the boy replied, “Someone steps on him.”

From Farm Show Magazine

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