Be Right Back


I couldn’t find a better title so I am going with this. In a few hours, Lord willing I will be out of here for what I am hoping is a very restful and sleep filled vacation. My fingers are crossed for the rest and sleep part.

Thank you all so much for the joyful ride thus far, and while I will miss you all so much…I am leaving you in the very capable hands of some amazing writers, who so generously offered to share their works with you while I am away. A big thank you to them all. While it is “easy” to write on your own blog…doing it on someone else’s is not the easiest in my opinion, but these kind people have stepped outside of their own great blogs to add their works to mine.

Please in the coming days, I kindly ask, that you stop by here read their works, and interact with them. They would be happy to hear from you. Even better please take it one step further by visiting their own blogs, they have truly interesting posts and great posts. They are all so different and uniquely talented…one of them even has a book on Amazon, so if you have an extra 99cents to spare please support the book after you are done reading the blog post (I wasn’t asked to do this), but this is such a supportive community, so please extend that to all these writers. One of them is also fairly new on WordPress…you know you have to show her love WordPress style :).

My adopted twin sister is also guest blogging…bet you didn’t know I had one…well, you would have to read her work to find out who it is :). Even one of the most awesome bloggers ever is showing up…Please support each and everyone of them as I am sure they would you.

Thank you all so much! I will miss you all, but rest assured you are all in great hands; and I would be back before you can finish reading the guest writers’ blogs.

I tried to leave you with a wonderful poem…but truth is I am tired. Been a long week and night…not that kind of night people LOL. So instead I am sharing a poem that I posted a while back…it is one of my favorites. I hope you like it.

Have a lovely weekend, and a great week!

Mucho Love… here is “Big Words

I could never use those words
They seem so big
And out of reach
For a lowly girl like me

What do I know of words like?
And other highfalutin
And lah-de-dah words

What do I know of big words?
What do I know of any words?

I am just a plain-vanilla
A product of British colonization
And a very Anglophone father
Who never said lazy but rather sloth
And every time he said that
I thought he meant slut…

What then do I know of big words?
When I could never tell when it’s
Sloth or slut

*Please don’t forget to check out TBA later today for the big reveal of the real story behind our picture and writing collaboration from yesterday. Thank you!!!*


74 responses »

  1. Enjoy your time away! You will be missed but I’m looking forward to reading your friends’ posts. Thank you for arranging that!

  2. I’m glad you’re going a vacation. You deserve a nice time. Please enjoy it and stay in the moment so you get the most out of it. Bon voyage and see you when you get back. I’m looking forward to hearing about your adventure…

  3. Great poem honey. Loved it. Have a great vacation. Get rest and recharge. Don’t forget a notebook and pen. You just know you’ll find something to write about when you’re relaxing. Take care my sweet.

  4. Enjoy your vacay…Praying for save travels, rest and fun times. I’m looking forward to not only your guest bloggers, but for all the wonderful words that will come our way upon your return. Blessings and great adventures to you…:) <3!!!

    • Thank you so much. I did a special post on Sunday night, dedicated to you after i read your comment lol. Thanks always Oster’s mom, you are such a sweet soul. Hope you had fun and some rest in St. Louis

  5. Boomie,
    Enjoy your time away, and see you back soon. Le Clown will be happy to lend some of his nonsense here…
    Le Clown

      • I love this. It works as a poem and it’s funny and a bit sad. Don’t think such misunderstandings as sloth and slut don’t occur in the heartland of the language. I know a woman from a quite well-off background and with a university degree who though for many years that the phrase “a damp squib” was “a damp squid” and used to say that without people realising.

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