I grow weary of blogging;
It is sad, but true.
I think this is a Haiku.
No, it isn't. I just looked it up. A Haiku has the syllable pattern of 5-7-5, not 7-5-7.
Let's see, what else can I do?
There once was a girl with a blog.
Her mind sometimes sat in a fog.
She had nothing to share,
She had lost her flair,
And now she's a bump on a log.
That's a limerick. You were waiting for a naughty punchline, weren't you?
Hmm, what other poem patterns do I know.....
Loss for words
Hoping I'm not done
That's called a Cinquain. I didn't really know that one either. I had to look it up.
What's that you say, you want one more? How about an Acrostic?
An open book.
Thankful to those reading this.
Happy you are here.
Leave me a comment.
Ending this soon.
Early morning tomorrow.
Now I have one for you...
You may think you have nothing to say
But I come here each and everyday
To share your faith, your family, your life,
'Cause you are an awesome mother and wife.
You are smart and faithful and funny
And of course and amazing bloggy friend.
So I'm here to tell you, keep blogging!
The end! : )
You are hilarious! The teacher in me loves you very much right now! Ms. McBride would be so proud. Did you have your ME book out while writing this? Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
I echo Billie Jo! I love you & your blog (your family too!) I read every post and try to comment, but sometimes I fail to do so. Hugs~ReplyDelete
Hi Kathleen! Oh, I think we all feel 'dry at the well' from time to time. I know I live in fear of nothing to say...nothing to write.ReplyDelete
I like what Billie Jo said. It's amazing how we fool ourselves into thinking that what we do in blog-land has no real meaning. But that's not true here, I can see that. Four people think you are pretty awesome, and that's just today :)
Would I miss you? YES! DUH! I love your posts, I love your comments over at my place...that post of your daughter playing the piano is stuck in my brain as the finest Wordless Wednesday EVER. Yes, you have value.
Need a break? By all means, take one. I was just gone for five days, no blogging. It was a nice respite. You could try that?
Hoping you're not done too,
Easton is really not so far away,ReplyDelete
Life just makes it seem that way.
Your blogs bring us hope and joy,
As you lovingly guide each girl and boy.
We watch them grow with amazing grace,
Contributing much to the human race.
Your blogging brings us joy and pleasure,
The gifts that you share are truly a treasure!
Don't stop blogging! You are braver than I am, and I would miss checking in on you :)ReplyDelete
I echo the other ladies' sentiments...I love checking in with you and your sweet family via your blog. Keep up the blogging my friend! :-)ReplyDelete