Thursday, June 24, 2010

Haiku


I relish the heft.
Aqua blooms stitched together.
A gift from the heart.


PS 1 - I keep meaning to tell you that I am working on a Big Ol' Adoption post, with a list of FAQs. I love nothing more than hearing so many of you say that you have a heart for adoption. I tell people all of the time, unwarranted, that they should adopt. I can be very bossy and nosy in that way. But truly, it warms my heart right up. I'm sorry that I haven't gotten back to some of you yet with answers to your questions, but sit tight, wee doves. Sit tight...

PS 2 - Our first house showing is in the books!!

PS 3 - I'm well aware that my half-asleep haiku does not live up the yesterday's hype. What can I say? Sometimes I like to create false anticipation.

PS 4 - Did you know today is National Italics Day?

PS 5 - OK, that's a lie. Good night.

26 comments:

  1. "I relish the heft" = NEW FAVORITE THING EVER! Sometimes I carry phrases around with me, rolling them around in my brain, repeating them as comfort...this, this is my new favorite. I will begin quoting this at any and all appropriate (okay AND inappropriate) opportunities.

    I can't wait for your adoption post. I think the first person who sees your house will want to buy it...unless they are a family of monkeys.

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  2. I'm making it my fb status. watch me. I'm so excited right now.
    I RELISH THE HEFT! AHHH!!!
    This is also going to be used for Settlers of Catan play. We usually quote from The Office...but this...this...

    tear...in...my....eye....

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  3. I don't even know what a haiku is. I'm assuming a poem?? I thought it was beautiful.

    I'm interested about the adoption answers. I would love to go there, but Honey not so much. It would definitely take a change of heart for him.

    That blanket sure is pretty. I bet you have some sweet dreams under it's aqua blooms;)

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  4. That blanket is so dreamy! Maybe you should show us some pics of it in your house....:)

    Great Haiku!

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  5. The blanket is amazing with its delicate ruffles along the edge...

    Ruffles=Bliss

    What an awesome gift! I love the poem too. Short and sweet, the poetry I like most! :)

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  6. Love the new blankie.
    I haven't been blogging lately and just read that you are putting the Farm up for sale. although I have never been there, nor do I know you in person, for some reason it makes me a little sad in a nostalgic sort of way. That said..your new place will be filled with you, the hubs and the littles...what could be more homey than that. Did I just say "homey"? Nite Homey! :)

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  7. Ok, I know I was under the weather for a few days...but how the heck did I miss the fact that you are putting the farm up for sale?? My heart is a little sad for you. I am going to have to search your older posts...and I am with you on adoption! Sing it from the rooftops, sista. The world needs to truly know how wonderful it is!

    ~mary~

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  8. Will you move to a larger farm...?

    I've done a few haiku in my day... isn't it 5,3,5 ?

    Are you a Settlers OC fan?

    Love that quilt...did your friend sew that?

    enough ???

    ...xo

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  9. wonderful haiku and how great a showing already...and national italics day!!! LOve that:)

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  10. I love haikus had my daughter's friends write one to bring to her last birthday party... i've save them in a glass jar for her to take out and read again!
    love the quilt!!!
    xo,
    LuLu

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  11. Your first showing! yay! I love your haiku. I like writing them for Jim only mine are a bit sassy. That might now surprise you. That quilt is just all kinds of lovely.

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  12. I'll fight you for the quilt! I love it, all my favorites.... turquoise, flowers, ruffles -sigh. The haiku made me remember my old English teacher. She would have been proud! oh, how I wish I could relish my heft! hehe

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  13. Your first showing, yippee! are you tidying and cleaning like crazy? good luck!

    Happy national italics day! What are you going to do to celebrate?

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  14. Happy Showing!! I know it's going to go great.

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  15. Ha - love the haiku! An old high school friend just did a haiku recently as well - gotta love breaking out in random haikus :)

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  16. adoption-my first lovely came this way!!!!!

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  17. I'm looking forward to the adoption post! Maybe you can clear up a few things for my son(he's 6) and every kid we pass in the store..."Mama, can we adopt him?"

    It's the cutest thing. I try to tell him that maybe their Mama wouldn't like it so much!

    ~H

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  18. i'm waiting for that adoption post...

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  19. Those aqua blooms are the bees knees. Does it fit on your bed?
    I think a FAQ post is brilliant! What a great idea!
    Have I told you how much I love poetry?

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  20. Thank you so much for your sweet comment about my header, that is so kind of you.... and thank you so much for letting me share your bridal shower! I know everyone really loved it!!

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  21. I seriously love the ruffly trim on that quilt... I think I have quilt envy. Enjoy! :)

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