Monday, April 12, 2010

Monday Musings-April 12,2010

Dear Pizza Man,


Outstanding job on this week's traditional pizza night. The crust was perfectly thin and crispy. The toppings were very nice as well. And I must add that the undertone of "heat" from the added cayenne was a terrific touch. I am so glad to have not had to cook when I came home from work! Thank you!


Ciao baby,


Una felice stomaco!


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Dear Weekend,


Unfortunately I had to work so i was unable to enjoy and appreciate your full glory. Could you please come back next Saturday? I promise to make full use of your glory as I do have a garden to plant. Thanks. I knew I could count on you.


Longing for you,


A very pale 5th


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Dear Daisy,


I realize that your weekly treat is leftover pizza crust. I understand your excitement and can appreciate how you look forward to pizza night at the Sister house. With that said, that does not mean you have the right to beg, whine, jump, and make a nuisance of yourself come Sunday morning when I am packing a slice for my lunch at work. Get a grip girl! 


Your master,


Mama 5th


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Dear Blog Friends,


For the past several weeks I have been experimenting with poetry and other writing forms on my blog. I would like to thank all of you for your positive feedback. Your words have been very encouraging. My hope is that I can keep this up and keep things fresh and bold!


Gratefully yours,


Forever 5th


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Awards Corner


Sweet Ms. Bibi from From Misery to Happiness included me in her awards show last week. She decided that I deserved the Circle of Friends award.






This is what she said, and I quote: 


"I will pass this award onto bloggers who I consider to be my good friends - bloggers who've been there for me since my beginning and bloggers who support me pretty much everyday. the ones that come, read and comment even if I have nothing interesting to say. That's what I call FRIENDS."


Aw, Bibi! Thank you. I believe what you wrote summed it all up very well. We have become a circle of friends through this thing called blogging. I do remember your humble beginnings and look at you now!!!! I am proud to be considered your friend and the feeling is mutual. Thank you. 


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Seeing how it's Monday and nearly 6 am I must go and seize this day. I need to get my rear in gear and make some lesson plans for the Munch and at least change out of my jammies for carpool duty (although I have been known not to!).  Have a marvelous day!

16 comments:

Brian Miller said...

ha. have a marvelous day...i would really like a piece of izza right now...

Tortuga said...

I see nothing wrong with carpooling in jammies! Haha! I do it often, and usually with bare feet too!

Willoughby said...

Keep the fantastic poetry coming! I truly think you should consider publishing a book of your prose.

Speaking of poetry, it makes me wonder if they still have those poetry nights at coffee bars on college campuses like they did years ago. Remember the kind, where the poets wore berets and shared poetry while the hippy audience snapped their fingers instead of clapping? I can just see you taking your poetry "on the road" and performing in those joints!

Tina said...

Your series of notes are a great idea. I enjoyed this post a lot. And I'm SO relieved to know I'm not the only one driving the carpool in my pajamas...

Mumsy said...

Your Monday Musings is always a joy to read, and I like your "keep things fresh and bold!"

Tracy said...

my dogs do the same thing. I crack the fridge on monday mornings to pack lunch and there they stand drooling!

Michelle Hoad said...

My weekend flew by all too quickly and I didn't even get to sleep in either day because of the kids and their activities. But today they are out of school and I got to sleep in. God is good.

Steven Anthony said...

my chin chin loves pizza crust too;)

have a great day friend

MJ said...

glad to see you made it through the weekend!!
Does Daisy not realize that momma needs her pizza so she can make it through the crazy days at the hospital!?!?

xo MJ

blueviolet said...

I want that pizza recipe! It sounds sooooo good!!! Otin and I are gonna make homemade pizza this weekend when I go visit him again!

Raoulysgirl said...

I agree with Su...I see a book in your future!! I would like a signed copy!!! LOL!!!

As for the jammies thing, I wear mine every morning when we take the kiddos up to catch the bus...but I don't wear them to bed???

(crickets?)

Have a gloriously beautiful day!!!!

:0)

drollgirl said...

that pizza sounds incredible! i want!

otin said...

Your poetry is like pizza, it is very satisfying!! I can't wait to make pizza with BV!

Erin said...

Congrats on your award!

Our dog is a notorious beggar. It's gotten so bad we tether him while we're eating. Poor thing. I never feed him, you know!

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Such great and sentimental musings!
Well done, Polly!
I love Pizza too!
Have you a great week!
hugs
shakira

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