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Reposting my love song to Jordan today in honor of Eid al Istiqlal, Independence Day! While I love to hear the Jordanian National Anthem, I can only hum along. Enjoy your day, everyone. Eat some shawarma or mansaf, your choice! Long live the King! Inspired by the 50 things we love about Jordan and kinzi’s […]
“One dark day in the middle of the night” This is the poem he liked to recite. Side by side we grew up with each other, Today’s his birthday! Whose? My brother’s! . . . . Have an extraordinary day! Love always, Joyce
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Your skin glows like the Peach, blossoms fuzzy as the rhododendron in the purest hope of spring. My heart follows your tuba voice and leaps like a zebra at the whisper of your name. The evening floats in on a great canary wing. I am comforted by your shirt that I carry into the twilight […]
Can’t live with ’em, can’t shoot ’em Spend your life trying not to dispute ’em Sometimes your relations Are a cause of celebrations So today we shall try to salute ’em. Parents tell you the way things are done Always tend to take away your fun They’re so over the hill But since they foot […]
A friend of mine lives down the way from Strawberry Fields. He has been showing his displeasure of giving tourists directions so I thought a little limerick might cheer him up. I am sure my geography is all wrong, and I still don’t know the difference between U.K. and Britain. I’m just an American woman […]
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Fantasy fudge. A sweet love affair. “Sounds intriguing”, declares my friend Claire. Marshmallow fluff Amazing stuff Buy two jars so you have some to share. I showed the website to make Claire aware, But now she’s mad so you better beware. They […]