Title: Who’s Minding the Store?
An old Jewish man was dying and asked his wife, Sarah, to call his children to his death bed so that he could see them all one last time before he died.
As each one entered the hospital room where he was, they walked up to his bed where he laid with his eyes closed and said
“Papa, I’m here, it’s me, Becky.”
“Papa I’m here, it’s me, Tsammy.”
“I’m here Papa, it’s me, Leah.”
His wife said, “They’re all here, Abe, everybody’s here.”
The old man opened his eyes and stared at the ceiling as he said
“Sarah? Becky? Tsammy? Leah? …
oh my God,” he said
“who is minding the store?”
contributed by Sam Jorrie from Bobby ‘s Grandfather, Sol Pullen