Thursday, May 31, 2012

Chalk-A-Bration! Welcome summer!

           Betsy at Teaching Young Writers is holding a Chalk-A-Bration, poem on the sidewalks of the world!  Come celebrate with us with your own poem to welcome the end of May, and for many of us, time for a summer break.  I'm not quite finished yet, but soon!  Thanks for doing this Betsy, such a fun thing, although my fingers are a little sore.



10 comments:

  1. My mouths waters for summer as well! Nothing better than the smell of tomatoes growing, a handful of watermelon on a hot day and the smell of a neighborhood cooking on a sun down evening! I can't wait for the needed change of pace and appreciation for what's around me. Thanks for reminding me of that in this tasty poem!

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  2. "With lemonade to drink" - I can't wait! Great poem Linda!

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  3. This is just the right thing at the end of May, a summer poem on the sidewalk! Thank you all for visiting.

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  4. I long for summer and you have captured the food to a T. Let's celebrate all the joys of summer with camping and corn and watermelon! 5.5 days cannot go by any faster.

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    1. Thanks, Shawn. We have exactly 5.5 days left too. It'll be fun, but also time to stop!

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  5. So nice! What a cute challenge! Summer!!!!! :) Sooo looking forward to a much-needed summer break. Would be traveling there in a week's time. :)

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  6. I have missed out on some fun (reading, writing) lately. Now that report cards are done, I am ready for the summer (one more week of school to go.) I never thought of tomato as a summer word, but now I think it is a very good choice.

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