Super Duper Geezerettes, Have their Own Unique Assets. I’m just Stating long known Facts, stops Old Geezers in their Tracks. Geezers pain – There ain’t no Way, Pains in the Butt they Just might Say. Dirty Jokes – Keeping Score? Call it Out and Raise one More. Brag about Their own Grandkids, Embellishments no one […]
Another year Has rolled Around, never Fails to me Astound. This Little Girl my Spirits Lift, I know That She’s a Precious Gift. Grandpa is what She calls Me, name me Grateful – I’d Agree. Hope she’ll Always understand, what Photos mean to this Old Man.
Some folks Just might Call me Crazy, hopefully Not known as Lazy. Sitting down Can be Relaxing, Spinning Butts is rather Taxing. My calm Face just a Veneer, Time and Space – they Disappear. Worries in my Life are Gone, I’m just Focused hanging On. Was too Young to ride Alone, Volunteered – so why […]
Granddaughter means the World to Me, to Share this Photo – What I See, a Shot in Time to some Degree, perhaps a Glimpse what She will be, Black Light now like a Shade Tree, beyond her Years the Look is Key, God and Fate with Oversee, I’ll stand with Her – I Guarantee!
Grandma’s, Mother’s, in a Pile, you’re on Top and with a Smile. Smoke Them All would be My Bet, And not even Break a Sweat!
Went Shopping with Grandpa – Was really Fun, When Time to go Shopping – he Is the best One. Found lots while Out – this Beautiful Day, Best Thing about It – Not having to Pay. A Trick that I’ve Learned while still Very Small, stay close to Grandpa – he Buys it All. Got […]
A gourmet cook I am not, but in one place I have a slot. Whip the batter everywhere, using basic kitchenware. Create faces on the plate, her smiles for me encapsulate, the reasons why I love her so, hope these pancakes let her know.
Tis’ the story of Shelley the Seal, whose “Silliness” I will reveal. You’ll find her almost any place, to put a smile upon your face. You might see her at Christmas time, sledding down in purple slime. Or sitting by large flower pots, wearing rainbow Polka Dots. There she is on mountain high, putting beans […]
Don’t play Twister with a Cat, sometimes they are such a brat. Keep you swirling on the mat, ‘til your body just goes splat. Spin the dial in nothing flat, thinks that you’re an acrobat. When they win just tip your hat, be a “Kitty Diplomat.”
Warning sirens all around, burrows deep that haunting sound. Head for cover with your spouse, hope it doesn’t hit your house. Why, on earth, live in this space, when we could settle any place? Simple answer to the quiz, this is where our family is.