His N scale car repair shed,
Had lost its floor, he said…
The poor thing trashed,
On custom flooring, went ahead!
White glue and strips of the box,
Glue oozing out in spots…
It’s not complete,
Trimming it will fit the plot.
Need custom doors altered too,
Otherwise tracks laid won”t go through…
Two not three
Is all there’ll be,
More “space” for the N scale repair crew!
NOTE** I had a wonderful limerick based on this person’s last name, but my wife pointed out that I’d probably need a legal release or permission to use it! Posting on a “free blog” means its legal budget is nil.
Put it in weeks ago,
Checking its progress–slow…
Tests today said
Its prospect were dead,
It means more surgery–OH NO!
Her surgeon’s name starts with a “J”,
but she doesn’t say it that way…
Sounds like “T”–
Scandanavian, you see–
A top surgeon her patients say!
Being patient is how we must go,
Guaranteeing dialysis flow…
This fistula didn’t do it–
Just have to stick to it–
Good things her surgeon wants to bestow!
Two-fifty this AM,
Rhyming comes to an end…
But please don’t sorrow–
There’s always tomorrow
When this poet his posts will send!
Notice this crocheted (?) top,
Causing the outfit to pop…
A matching color
Sure isn’t duller,
Lacy accent for which one can shop!
Image of and courtesy of Carmen, and her blog, Fashion With Compassion, by permission!
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When he thought it over,
Someone came in to cover…
Helped with the work
A mutual perk,
He’s closer to rolling in clover!
Does this mean I’m getting old….that I want to wear comfy clothes as much as I can?!! These joggers (some call them soft pants) are so cute with the beaded stripe going down the side. 159 more words
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