Licky The Lizard

In Licky The Lizard, author Melissa Henderson offers parents, teachers, grandparents, and educators a tale that teaches young children a simple, yet important message: There is no need to fear any of God's creatures because we are all created by Him - He Loves us all.

Licky The Lizard

A blueberry giggle….

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Some days the Lord gives me the silliest experiences. He knows how much I love to laugh, and He sends me plenty of reasons to laugh out loud.
Yesterday, after purchasing blueberries, bringing them home, rinsing them under cool water and preparing to pat dry them with a paper towel, I decided to taste one or two of the delicious fruit. The sweet taste of a good plump blueberry was more than I could resist.
Ahh…. picking up a couple of berries and preparing to pop them in my mouth, all of a sudden, one of those cute little blueberries jumped right out of my hand and went flying through the air. OH, NO!!! Where did it go?
“Nobody move!” I shouted as I stood spread eagle in a secret agent position (or what I think that might look like) by the kitchen counter. There was just my hubby and me in the house and he wasn’t even in the kitchen. I wonder who was listening to my bold orders.   Knowing that if my feet moved, I might actually step on the blueberry and squish it, making the bottom of my shoes blue and possibly staining the floor.
Oh, the dilemma. Whatever shall happen? Where did that little berry land? Our kitchen is small so it could not have traveled far.
Slowly, inch by inch, I crept and ALL OF A SUDDEN….
The lonely blueberry fell out of the vest I was wearing over my turtleneck sweater. Evidently it had traveled a path down inside my vest and when I stood straight up, the berry escaped.
Crisis averted. No stain on the shoes, floor, or my shirt. I am a happy lady.
Thank you Lord, for giving me the giggles every day. Have you laughed today?
Blessings, giggles and love,
Mimi

8 Comments
  • Jill Weatherholt
    Posted at 22:18h, 23 January Reply

    They do stain, but they’re worth the risk. I love blueberries.

  • RobbyeFaye
    Posted at 22:36h, 24 January Reply

    LOL! This definitely made me giggle, I think all of us have had a similar moment.
    Hubs loves blueberries, I, on the other hand, can’t handle the feeling from the bottom on them.
    God’s Blessings!

  • readywriterbr
    Posted at 15:02h, 11 February Reply

    I was sitting down eating breakfast – a bowl of cereal with lots of blueberries – when I read your article this morning. Gave me a laugh too. The Bible study our God-Living Girls with Chronic Illness is currently doing had a focus this week on keeping a sense of humor in the midst of health problems, so the timing was perfect. Plan to share this cute story with our group today.

    • mimionlife
      Posted at 16:16h, 11 February Reply

      Thank you for sharing. I hope you have a wonderful day. 🙂

  • Liz
    Posted at 21:24h, 16 February Reply

    I loved your post and I love blueberries too. Your post made me giggle. I could see me dong that too, not moving till the blueberry was found.

  • Lisa Evola
    Posted at 16:28h, 22 February Reply

    haha, gotta love blueberry picking!

  • HIMANSHI SHUKLA
    Posted at 03:44h, 02 April Reply

    Wow… I too love blueberries like anything! They are there in my village… Lots and lots of trees. We eat buckets of blueberries(all my cousins) and get scolded too😉 but I guess it’s worth it, right?😊

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