Enough Guilt And A Terrified Squirrel Can Work Wonders

If you have not ever heard Ray Stevens’ song The Mississippi Squirrel you really owe yourself the treat! I first laughed at this back in the 70’s when it was a hit, but have played it often at workshops I do, for the humor and the truth it contains. Someone sent me this link today. With apologies to Pascagoula, Mississippi. It shows just how easy it is to start a revival if enough guilt and a squirrel are in the same room.

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  1. Karl Rhoads January 25, 2005 at 2:35 pm

    That was excellent! Thank you ever so much for sharing that.

    My wife and I have some friends who from time to time will break out singing "the First Self-Righteous Church of (fill in the blank with where ever you’re at)" and we never really understood or appreciated the chuckle they always got from that. Now we can.

    Thanks for the laugh and the blessing!

    kdr

  2. Karl Rhoads January 25, 2005 at 5:35 pm

    That was excellent! Thank you ever so much for sharing that.

    My wife and I have some friends who from time to time will break out singing "the First Self-Righteous Church of (fill in the blank with where ever you’re at)" and we never really understood or appreciated the chuckle they always got from that. Now we can.

    Thanks for the laugh and the blessing!

    kdr

  3. Sophie Doell January 26, 2005 at 7:47 pm

    ROFLOL! Thanks for the laugh, Wayne! I passed it on to Paul, my brothers, and a few friends.

  4. Sophie Doell January 26, 2005 at 10:47 pm

    ROFLOL! Thanks for the laugh, Wayne! I passed it on to Paul, my brothers, and a few friends.

  5. Saija February 1, 2005 at 7:47 pm

    Oh super!!! i must copy that and send to others … it just cracked us up too when it came out … i didn’t even realize it was on the ‘net … but then what isn’t, right! 🙂

  6. Saija February 1, 2005 at 10:47 pm

    Oh super!!! i must copy that and send to others … it just cracked us up too when it came out … i didn’t even realize it was on the ‘net … but then what isn’t, right! 🙂

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