Posted by: L. E. Barnes | August 28, 2010

Sabbath Moments

Each Saturday, Colleen Spiro hosts “Sabbath Moments” at her blog, “Thoughts on Grace,” where she and others share their moments of peace and rest.

This week, I’ll provide a moment of humor, which is doubtless one of the best ways to get refreshed. If you enjoyed watching  The Muppet Show back in the early 80’s, you’ll probably remember the Swedish chef–that goofy character with the floppy chef’s hat (which covered his eyes) and talked in mock-Swedish, complete with a cheesy accent. He was one of my favorite characters; as a kid, I always got a kick out of his throwing a dish or utensils as he sang “Bork, bork, bork!” So have a good laugh with these clips:

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  1. Thanks for the laugh!!

    • Glad you liked it! We need another Jim Henson!

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  3. Oh, so funny! Thanks for bringing back a taste of my childhood!

    • The Muppets were great! I used to love them and “Fraggle Rock.”


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