The rate at which you turn out these gems is quite amazing.
Dear Dave,Thanks for your visit!! It's hard to keep up with all the great blogs out there, isn't it? I love your poetry and especially the haikus! I hope you don't really have snow anymore... Here, it's starting to get (too) warm.: ) Silke
I agree with David. Quite a feet.
hee hee. drought will return hereand the cows won't be happycalifornia cheese!thanks for your comments.
If it's not one thing we have to worry about then it's something else!
I don't need an excuse to be cheesy.
Now, I wonder what cheese this might be, Dave?! Haven't seen any cheesy headlines - well, not really.
How is it you're having a spring like the one here, many thousands of miles away? And cheese going up--like it, don't understand it, but like it.
Ditto on what David said ...I wrote this Haiku for you todayThirteen years on topFive days of uncertaintyCenter-left no more
Chickens don't produce in the cold either.
You are a master!Aloha from HawaiiComfort Spiral
Thanks everyoneWelcome Silke to my blog and thanks for commenting.We don't have snow, but there was a news item reporting snow in Durham.Another news item said that the weather was adversely affecting milk production, which would cause cheese to rise in price.Thanks HelenMight drop the election for a day or two - it's getting to be too easy. I like a challenge!!! Of course, if an absolute gift comes along...
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