Knitting in sunshine
Pink yarn on smooth black needles
Poetry in lace
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See her blog at right. Gifted lady. This was sent in as a comment to “Weird Stats” but I didn’t want it “buried” as I wanted you to see it up front. Keep writing haiku!
Another storm here, and Zoe’s barking at the thunder. Go get it, girl!
Broccoli cheese soup and French bread (store-bought bread) for lunch today. That’s my kind of meal. Dee
Zoe’s on my pillow
it serves me right for writing
too many Haikus
Posted in haiku
New laptop saved me
in Scotland for three months I
paid bills and called home
Love my MacBook it
gives flexibility in
an everyday life
A blog, who would think
That I can do this for you
My husband must be nuts
Posted in haiku
Today Ted cooks up
great food that makes him known to
all aspiring chefs
Ted replies: Awwww! Thanks, D!
I wrote this to him in April. See Palm Beach on his site.
Since I’ve written this blog for the past month, I have to check my numbers a few times a day. They vary, but spike (up, thank you) when I post so thank you again!
Everything’s based on GMT (Greewich Mean Time) near London. So when I’m trying to make dinner I rush to my computer center (more on Jim’s marvel later) to check the numbers before they go to zero. Hits to date = 1,739.
Remember I told you I created a monster in my husband as to becoming a food snob. I’m now a monster in my own right.
I asked you for Haiku. Haven’t received any from you and the two I sent are in Ted’s possession not mine. I can’t even get access to them right now but am looking.
Perhaps we can call this Dee’s folly and take up the challenge when more of you are up to composing strange poetry. There are important follies, such as Seward’s, I can regale you with later. Best, Dee