Uncle Fester, Opie, and the groundhog

I love to whistle. I whistle and don’t even realize I am doing it. My brain often gets stuck on replay when it comes to whistling. I’ve caught myself whistling The Andy Griffith Show, The Addams Family and that song from the movie Groundhog Day, the Pennsylvania Polka, more times than I like to admit. I’m sure I reached my whistling quota on each of these songs years ago.

Another song I like to whistle is the chorus to Mighty To Save.

Savior
He can move the mountains
My God is mighty to save
He is mighty to save
Forever
Author of Salvation
He rose & conquered the grave
Jesus conquered the grave

He is mighty to save. Hmm, I think this might be why I like to whistle so much.

I’m thanking you, God, from a full heart,
I’m writing the book on your wonders.
I’m whistling, laughing, and jumping for joy;
I’m singing your song, High God.
Psalm 9: (1-2 )Message

7 thoughts on “Uncle Fester, Opie, and the groundhog

  1. Lisa

    Out of the overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks or whistles. 🙂 Keep on whistling for Jesus, girl!

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  2. My daily walk in His grace!

    Hi Eileen. I think whistling reflects an inner peace. Who whistles when they're upset or down? Lovely picture.
    God bless
    Tracy

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  3. Linda Pritchard

    Can't whistle, so I hum. All day. Constantly humming. Hopefully, just in my head. Love you and how your words inspire and move me. Linda P.

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  4. Eileen

    So thankful y'all are whistle advocates! And, Linda, humming works too. Or the singing loudly but not pretty in the car. 🙂

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  5. Allison

    I'm a hummer and I find myself humming old hymn's alot….I don't even know the words, just the tunes!

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