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Thanksgiving 55

It’s a wonderful day when I get family, food and poetry!  I hope all those celebrating Thanksgiving haven’t eaten themselves into a stupor.  Today, D’verse Poets has given the challenge of writing an acrostic poem, and it’s G-Man’s Friday Flash 55 as well.

Thoughts today turn to much

happier times when

all of my family lived.

Never again will I see

kind faces or gratefully hear

sweet words from my

grandparents in Heaven above.

Instead, I hear small children

vying for my attention.

I have grown children, and

now I get the honor of

Grandma as my title.

***

Just so there is no confusion and I start any rumors , I’m not really a grandmother yet, and don’t think it’s going to happen any time soon.

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13 thoughts on “Thanksgiving 55

  1. smiles…much fun….to get that role…just came from my grammas house…she turned 90 this year….we had 4 generations there today….fun…and good times…my day will come…but i got a little time…smiles.

  2. Tersesa…
    Don’t get me blubberin. I miss my grandparents and Mom tremendously at the Holidays.
    Loved your nostalgic 55
    You Rock the Midwest Baby
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Holiday

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