I won’t go into details, but the last thing I wanted to think about today was snacking. Up all night, sick most of the day, finally slept in the afternoon. Feeling better but still not up to snacking so I had a look at past blogs and came up with this:
If you hope to make conjunction
with me at your little function,
serve potato chips with dip
and also, I’d appreciate a sip
of Diet Coke or Seven Up
in a waxy paper cup.
No one likes a fete that lacks
sweet or salty little snacks.
Pizza, nachos and popcorn, too,
are appropriate things to chew.
Leave caviar to lords and kings.
I’d much rather have onion rings.
Refreshments are an absolute must.
Without them, parties are a bust.
And any date becomes an upper
when it includes a little supper.
So if you wish to win my heart,
my stomach is the place to start.
The prompt today was snack.
This door is more easily viewed on any day other than wash day:
See Norm’s Thursday Doors HERE.
My sister sent me this photo of the beautiful paloverde tree that stands near their property in Arizona. My mother lived for 30 years in Arizona after I left home and she always commented when the paloverde were in bloom.
I have no idea what this flowering vine that covers the wall between my house and the street is. It is rather nonassuming in color and shape, but nonetheless fills a space.
I suppose it is the light that is the magnet drawing insects to my screen when I write late at night, but sometimes it seems like an electromagnetic force. These insects do not flutter, but glue themselves to the screen. That force was active on the night described in this poem.
The prompt today is magnet.
Pretty flower on the table at my friend Blue’s house the other night.
For Cee’s Flower Prompt.
It’s ironic that although the prompt today was sunny, the day dawned cloudy, overcast and raining! This rarely happens in my part of Mexico. What is keeping my days sunny lately is these rapscallions: