And so this is Easter and what’s going on
Another season has passed us
A new one’s begun
And here we are Easter
EB’s made his full run
The baskets flow over
Through a day filled with fun
A very Happy Easter
Part of a brand new year
Celebration and feasting
No turning back from good cheer
And so this is Easter
Lemme see what you got
Children chatter excited
The best breakfast food it’s not
Although it’s unhealthy
Your folks don’t mind at all
Once a year it won’t kill you
Good breakfast served there’s the call
We gather round the table baskets tight in each fist
Take a break from the chocolate
Nothing’s better than this
Bowls of Easter eggs
Braided breads it’s all homemade
Espresso served too
With a shot of anisette
I will and how about you
So, I’ll make pie today. Strawberry. They’ve been defrosting, are defrosted and it didn’t matter whether or not I had it ready for Thanksgiving. Alone I can do whatever I want, eat whenever, prepare whatever, good movie day to watch whatever; still company would’ve been nice. No turkey for me, instead I had scallops – sea scallops. Last night. They were good.
You know…. Before I forget I’m turning the alarm back on. I’m up anyway, can turn it off when it sounds off and it won’t ring again until Monday. Monday. Yeah, back to work it’ll be. Work. It’s a shame social security is so screwed up I can’t retire yet and just relax. I’d certainly know how to busy myself. Relax… thanks a lot government. There we go, all set up.
Cappuccino’ll be next. Wanted to type a few words as a good morning.
So… drum roll please… … … … … … …
Good morning. Happy Holidays. There’s more to come.
Noooo…. Wait…. Strawberry Crisp… Oh yeah!
Feet getting cold. Time for slippers and espresso. Where’s that recipe… ?
“It’s like being in a daze”, Naomi was saying. “You finally get the one thing you like to do and there’s a breeze – you feel alive. It’s surprising how seldom I come across what I’m certified for. Here you’re dealing with the UN. Cooperation maybe. There it’s one culture so for the most part there shouldn’t be serious opposition except people have their opinions, each the right ones, or historic issues that they consider one another an abomination.”
She sighed at the array of copies for class that covered her desk.
“What was it I need to remember about this next group?”
Grace shook her head.
The prompt this week is:
…I need to remember…