This prompt word of “daddy” hadn’t been posted yet when I wrote my poem for the day using the other three prompts from sites I draw my words from every day, but now that it has been posted, I think it deserves its own post. This post from three years ago was not viewed by many people now reading my blog, so thought it warranted a second posting.
The prompt for the day was daddy.
This is Marilyn, my sister’s across-the-street neighbor. We went to college together but didn’t know each other then. A while ago she started reading my blog and she says her heart was especially tugged by the Scrub Daddy Saga, which with this blog is stretching to 4 posts—I think the most I’ve devoted to any topic. To read the opening episodes, you can go HERE, (Don’t forget to read the the best part––the comments of a representative of the Scrub Daddy corporation who somehow becomes aware of my posting and enters into the rhyme fest,) then HERE, then HERE.
Marilyn arrived one day with a package that included a number of the Scrub family whom I had never met before. They came complete with the note below: “Here is what happens when Scrub Daddy and Scrub Mommy get together. Va-Va-Voom!! Scrub Mommy was there dressed all in pink…
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