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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

why should we save all of our fallen stars for rainy days?

Magpie Tales 43
snuggle on up, baby
it's a snow day
dance in your pajamas
put the suit away


i'll make ya pancakes, hottie
you can pour the tea
we'll use the china
grandma left to me


let's listen to Marvin, sweetheart
follow his advice
let's clear the table, honey
let's do it twice


three cheers for our snow day, darlin'
let's not waste a flake
tomorrow's a melting promise
not likely to break


Rene ~ December 2010


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38 comments:

  1. dancing in pajamas, eating pancakes..then listening to marvin...mmm...

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  2. this is just brilliance!
    and says much about
    the Author.

    C~

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  3. Who culd refuse such a charming invitation?

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  4. Your family are so lucky to have you. I hope you are a teacher or something, too. You are irresistible. Sorry. I know that's embarrassing, but it's how I feel when I see you come up in my Reader.

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  5. Oh Rene! So naughty and delicious! Bring on those snow days! Marvin knew how to sing it ..........

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  6. Snow days are the best, especially if you have someone to play with. Enjoyed the sense of both playfulness and wisdom--(what's smarter than flat out enjoying a gift you didn't know was coming?) Liked it a lot.

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  7. "let's listen to Marvin
    follow his advice
    let's clear the table, honey
    let's do it twice"

    I just got a craving for pancakes!

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  8. I just love reading your words, Rene!

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  9. Forget eh pancakes! LOL. Love your words here. so sweet and dreamy an image of a couple in love...adn cozied up, snowed in. Snow can indeed be a gift, eh? :)

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  10. *LOVE*

    Somehow I am humming

    "If you reach for the stars
    All you get are the stars
    But we've found a whole new spin
    If you reach for the heavens
    You get the stars thrown in"

    :-)

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  11. This sings with fun and love! What a song it could be!!!

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  12. Great advice for winter weather. Great write.

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  13. Awesome invitation!

    I'm going for it too ;)

    cheers

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  14. Excellent. I really enjoyed it :)

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  15. Baby, it's cold outside. I love the voice in this.

    Is that picture a real one? I mean, if course it's real. Are you in snow right now?

    Cheers,

    Casey

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  16. very sexy, and oh so cozy....enjoy...blessings...bkm

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  17. Wowiiezz.. I felt like dancing to this one! And those last 2 lines - AWESOME!!!
    "melting promise" -- I have no words to describe how much I liked this!!!

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  18. Love this, jazzy, comforting and cheeky, with a great rhythm too!

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  19. This is a adorable "clear the table" too cute and I loved the expression "lets not waste a flake" All grown ups should have their own snow day!

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  20. Now that's the way to enjoy the snow!
    Loved this - very charming.

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  21. YES! This is how I like to spend my snow days! Now if only we would have some.

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  22. Woman that is my kind of snow day. Deliciously erotic

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  23. brilliant hot cha cha poem! Loved it!

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  24. Rene!!!!!! One of your finest. And that is saying something, woman.

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  25. Fabulous Rene!! A perfectly perfect snow day.

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  26. Love it! Now I am wishing for snow.

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  27. I see you know how to make the most of the moment!

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  28. If I can have a day like you described, Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

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  29. How 'bout you make the pancakes and I'll pour the coffee? ;)

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  30. Just wanted to say thank you all for stopping by! I am sorry I couldn't send responses back to you all...but I'm thigh deep in alligators :)

    Again, thank you all!

    and Listen to Marvin

    Peace ~ Rene

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  31. Woohooo!!! More snow days please!!

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  32. Ah, snow days and dancing in jammies. Perfection. Don't forget the woolly socks! (I woke up to snow cover this morning!)

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  33. Who could not find his/her heart melting with such a warm invitation!

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