Be Careful What You Wish For
Two women died and went to Heaven. St. Peter greeted them, and said "I'm sorry ladies, but your mansions aren't ready yet. Until they are, I can send you back to Earth as whatever you want to be."
"Great!" said the first woman, "I want to be an eagle soaring above beautiful scenery!"
"No problem," replied St. Peter, and POOF! The woman was gone. "And what do you want to be?" St. Peter asked the other woman.
"I'd like to be one chill lady!" was the reply.
"Easy," replied St. Peter, and the other woman was gone.
After a few months, their mansions were finished, and St. Peter sent an angel to fetch them back. "You'll find them easily," he says, "One of them is soaring above the Grand Canyon, and the other one is on a snow tire somewhere in Detroit!"
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