Every Saturday (or Sunday) I celebrate with Ruth Ayres at Discover Play Build. and link with others who share their celebrations, too. Ruth has made it a wonderful weekend of celebrating parts of our week.
The twenty-third line of the Progressive Poem created by Irene Latham is here today from Ramona Behnke!
It turned out to be a nice week after our big snow last weekend. I had my big dental thing Tuesday. I admit that I was dreading it, but I did it, and it's done! I had Tuesday and Wednesday free to rest, a good thing. I will return for check ups periodically, and am hoping that's it for a while.
Imi came on Wednesday and we had a nice visit, playing, reading, having dinner together. It's always a pleasure. BTW, she adores The Night Gardener!
The bookstore time happened as usual on Thursday, and it was fun to hand out poems for Poem In Your Pocket Day!
Friday, I began cleaning more school folders out for re-cycle. I don't have much left, but it is time to purge again. I'm happy to say goodbye! And the temp was near 80. Can summer be far?
And there is one more week of April, Poetry Month, and I'm trying to write a poem when I can, probably not every day this month, but some days when it feels right. This time, I am celebrating those little things that I do, and what happens during.
Dishes At Dusk
Washing the dishes -
Rainbows ride bubbles
back to childhood bathtime:
laughter with my mother.
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