Sunday, December 19, 2010

Ship Ahoy ! Lighthouse Christmas

It's time to send a Christmas Message to all the Captains and Sailors, and Service people of the Navy and Merchant Marines
out in the Ocean Blue, working over the Christmas Holidays.

Ahoy! There Maities!!

A friendly lighthouse is here to wish you all the best of all wishes .
Please take pictures if you see Santa crossing the water with his sleigh full of good cheer and let us know where he is!

May you all be safe and warm in waters calm.
You are never forgotten .

Kisses of Peace and Love sent your way.

From A Lady's Life
Long ago lived a seaman named Captain Bravo. He was a manly man who showed no fear in facing his enemies. One day, while sailing the seven seas, a look-out spotted a pirate ship and the crew became frantic. Captain Bravo bellowed, ''Bring me my Red Shirt.'' The First Mate quickly retrieved the captain's red shirt and whilst wearing the bright red frock he led his men into battle and defeated the pirates.

Later on that day, the look-out spotted not one, but two pirate ships. The captain again called for his red shirt and once again, though the fighting was fierce, he was victorious over the two ships. That evening, all the men sat around on the deck recounting the day's triumphs and one of the them asked the captain, ''Sir, why do you call for your red shirt before battle? The captain replied, ''If I am wounded in the attack, the shirt will not show my blood and thus, you men will continue to fight, unafraid.''

All of the men sat in silence and marveled at the courage of such a manly man as Captain Bravo. As dawn came the next morning, the look-out spotted not one, not two, but TEN pirates ships approaching from the far horizon. The crew stared at the captain and waited for his usual reply.

Captain Bravo calmly shouted, ''Get me my brown pants.''


How much does it cost for a pirate to pierce his ears?
A buck an ear!!! Aaaarrrgh!

A Sailor In A Bar Leans Over To The Guy Next To Him And Says, "Wanna Hear A Marine Joke?"

The Guy Next To Him Replies, "Well, Before You Tell That Joke, You Should Know Something. I'm 6' Tall, 200 Lbs, And I'm A Marine. The Guy Sitting Next To Me Is 6'2" Tall, Weighs 225, And He's A Marine. The Fella Next To Him Is 6'5" Tall, Weighs 250, And He's Also A Marine. Now, You Still Wanna Tell That Joke?"

The Sailor Says, "Nah, I Don't Want To Have To Explain It Three Times."


Capt. Charles Blue, was stationed in a remote area of Newfoundland during part of World War II. His wife was at home in Nova Scotia anxiously awaiting the birth of their third child. The only means of communication was the military radio, which could not be used for personal messages no matter how important. Blue was sure he would not get news of his child's birth. But a fellow officer in Yarmouth, N.S., cut through the red tape and relieved the anxiety with this wireless message:

A drunken sailor on liberty got into a big mud puddle in the street and was looking for something there.

Soon two other sailors came over and asked him: "Hey, bud, what are you looking for?"

"You better give me a hand, men," said the drunk.

The new arrivals walked into the puddle too and set about searching something unknown. At last the first drunk got out of the puddle and exclaimed: "I've found it!"

"What did you find?"

"The shore!" he exclaimed.

Have a good One!!!



A Free Spirit Butterfly said...

Happy Monday Beautiful Lady!

Wanted to take a moment to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmans. A day spent with laughter, warmth and love. May everyone rejoice in the Grace and Mercy of our Lord and may it continue well after the day has passed.

Love you and all the visits you've paid to my blog. It was indeed a treasure spending 2010 with you.

The future has so many blessings in store for each and everyone of us, if only we can just be still and await them...

Sent w/love

Akelamalu said...

LOL Merry Christmas m'dear. x

Susanne49 said...

I want to wish you also "HAPPY HOLIDAYS" and thank you for all the wonderful comments to my site!

:) Merry Xmas!

A Lady's Life said...

Thanks Butterfly and same to you:)

A Lady's Life said...

Akelamalu - same to you :)

A Lady's Life said...

Susanne - You are very welcome I enjoy all the blogs I visit.:)