Smoke Gets in Your Eye

Just a little bonfire

Matthew 7:3, says,

‘Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?’

So I poked around in my right eye, and I found a stick. I pulled at it. It became a branch and then a full-fledged tree.

I thought.

Oh my!

Oh, me?

Then, in my left eye, I noticed a speck. A floater, I thought. If it was any bigger, it may have been a torn retina.

Not good.

But the floater turned out to be a tiny bit of an old stump. An old stump with an odd shaped fungi attached to it.

I gathered all of these pieces of wood and threw them into a rather large pile.

I dropped a match, and beautiful bonfire began to blaze.

Smoke got in my eyes.

And now I can see.

Sign Wars!


Bringing some smiles and chuckles, just in time to see us through, hopefully, this last little while of covid19.


Love the way humour is seeing us through this trying time.🙂🙃😀😅😆❤.