The New That Happened To Unfold-From The Old # 597

A seed, planted, in the ground-

In the same spot, where the beautiful plant can now be found.

-2012-

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Three To Grow In Size (2012)

1. Plants.

2. Children.

3. Overhead bins on the airplane.

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Relaxed nerves, to loom-

After being given a bit more room.

-2012-

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Modern Mother Goose-On The Loose (Coloring Those Eggs)

The Easter Bunny put his eggs, out on the table-

And colored them, as best as he was able.

.

He started off with blue-

Painting shiny and making them look brand new.

.

And next came the color yellow-

Just like the sun, looking so mellow.

.

The next egg was painted green-

Just like the grass, and other plants that are seen.

.

Red stood out, as the egg began to dry-

Just like a fire engine is the reason why.

.

The Easter Bunny also mixed colors and made a blend-

This is how much of his time, he did spend.

.

Swirls and stripes and all kinds of shapes-

He used pencils, and all kinds of tapes.

.

Purple eggs came last, as it was his favorite color-

And then he cleaned up his mess as it were.

.

As the colored eggs dried, they were then set-

In many a beautiful Easter basket.

.

To be delivered to children all over the world-

Beautifully painted eggs in prime colors and swirl.

.

The Easter Bunny put his eggs, out on the table-

And colored them, as best as he was able.

-2016-

Modern Mother Goose-On The Loose (Coloring Those Eggs)

The Easter Bunny put his eggs, out on the table-

And colored them, as best as he was able.

.

He started off with blue-

Painting shiny and making them look brand new.

.

And next came the color yellow-

Just like the sun, looking so mellow.

.

The next egg was painted green-

Just like the grass, and other plants that are seen.

.

Red stood out, as the egg began to dry-

Just like a fire engine is the reason why.

.

The Easter Bunny also mixed colors and made a blend-

This is how much of his time, he did spend.

.

Swirls and stripes and all kinds of shapes-

He used pencils, and all kinds of tapes.

.

Purple eggs came last, as it was his favorite color-

And then he cleaned up his mess as it were.

.

As the colored eggs dried, they were then set-

In many a beautiful Easter basket.

.

To be delivered to children all over the world-

Beautifully painted eggs in prime colors and swirl.

.

The Easter Bunny put his eggs, out on the table-

And colored them, as best as he was able.

-2016-

Wednesday Yarn (Mowing That Grass)

It’s time to cut the grass again. There are a few months

during the year when it does not grow much. As a matter

of fact it can appear to be dead.

 

But lo and behold when the spring comes it sprouts back

up again. The grass and the weeds. The best part of course

is the wildflowers. All different colors. I love the purples

ones. Little bitty flowers perfectly made.

 

A neighborhood that was once quiet is now bustling with

that lawnmower sound. Some are a little loud, while others

are extreme.

 

Picking the time to mow on Saturday morning can make a

difference when the neighbors might want to sleep in. Not

everyone gets up at the break of dawn to mow the grass.

 

Some of the flowers that died off during the winter, if you

want to call it that, tend to come back in surprise. You

know that it died and then there is that little green sprout

coming and before you know it, the thing is in full bloom

once again.

 

It’s always fun to find some artificial flowers to blend in

with the real ones. That way there is always something

looking pleasant.

 

Before mowing that grass the mower needs to be looked at.

The oil needs changing, and the blades need to be examined.

Similar to a car it needs to be taken care of so that it will

last another season.

 

Same for the weed eater. To check that oil and make sure there

is enough plastic string. Well, I’m no expert but like the rest of

us in the neighborhood we have spent many years trying to

battle that greenery that grows around us.

 

If we don’t keep up with it, it will take over, and we can’t have

that.

“Keeping up all summer long is well known-

For that green green grass of home.”

-2017-

Modern Mother Goose-On The Loose # 943 (To Follow The Beep)

 

To fill an Easter basket-
To get as many eggs as one can get.
.
The beeping eggs guide the way-
To stay on path, to limit the stray.
.
To hear a beep, and then head over there-
This event was put on by loving folks who care.
.
For I cannot see, but, I can hear the sound-
Many, many eggs, will be heard and found.
.
My basket is heavy, as I walk away-
I’m just a child enjoying a glorious day.
.
To fill an Easter basket-
To get as many eggs as one can get.

Modern Mother Goose-On The Loose (Coloring Those Eggs)

The Easter Bunny put his eggs, out on the table-

And colored them, as best as he was able.

.

He started off with blue-

Painting shiny and making them look brand new.

.

And next came the color yellow-

Just like the sun, looking so mellow.

.

The next egg was painted green-

Just like the grass, and other plants that are seen.

.

Red stood out, as the egg began to dry-

Just like a fire engine is the reason why.

.

The Easter Bunny also mixed colors and made a blend-

This is how much of his time, he did spend.

.

Swirls and stripes and all kinds of shapes-

He used pencils, and all kinds of tapes.

.

Purple eggs came last, as it was his favorite color-

And then he cleaned up his mess as it were.

.

As the colored eggs dried, they were then set-

In many a beautiful Easter basket.

.

To be delivered to children all over the world-

Beautifully painted eggs in prime colors and swirl.

.

The Easter Bunny put his eggs, out on the table-

And colored them, as best as he was able.

-2016-

Modern Mother Goose-On The Loose # 932 (Here They Come)

It was very clear-

That they would suddenly appear.

.

For this is their season-

They come out, for a good reason.

.

Same shape, but different colors-

The sight of them causes heart stirs.

.

The color yellow used to be their only

style-

But, nowadays, with much variety, they

bring many a smile.

.

One always tends to expect-

A group of Peeps, in their Easter basket.

.

It was very clear-

That they would suddenly appear.

-2013-

Three Recipes (2011)

1. Cake.

2. Veggie.

3. Barbecue.

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Regarding Labor Day-

No other way.

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Wednesday Yarn (Mowing That Grass)

It’s time to cut the grass again. There are a few months

during the year when it does not grow much. As a matter

of fact it can appear to be dead.

 

But lo and behold when the spring comes it sprouts back

up again. The grass and the weeds. The best part of course

is the wildflowers. All different colors. I love the purples

ones. Little bitty flowers perfectly made.

 

A neighborhood that was once quiet is now bustling with

that lawnmower sound. Some are a little loud, while others

are extreme.

 

Picking the time to mow on Saturday morning can make a

difference when the neighbors might want to sleep in. Not

everyone gets up at the break of dawn to mow the grass.

 

Some of the flowers that died off during the winter, if you

want to call it that, tend to come back in surprise. You

know that it died and then there is that little green sprout

coming and before you know it, the thing is in full bloom

once again.

 

It’s always fun to find some artificial flowers to blend in

with the real ones. That way there is always something

looking pleasant.

 

Before mowing that grass the mower needs to be looked at.

The oil needs changing, and the blades need to be examined.

Similar to a car it needs to be taken care of so that it will

last another season.

 

Same for the weed eater. To check that oil and make sure there

is enough plastic string. Well, I’m no expert but like the rest of

us in the neighborhood we have spent many years trying to

battle that greenery that grows around us.

 

If we don’t keep up with it, it will take over, and we can’t have

that.

“Keeping up all summer long is well known-

For that green green grass of home.”

-2017-

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