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

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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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