Tag Archives: scheduling

KEEPING TRACK OF IT ALL

KEEPING TRACK OF IT ALL…

 

November’s almost over,

The temperature’s freezing the clover…

Whatever remains

From the last hay crop gained,

So cows may winter-over.

The calendar’s filling up fast,

With an appointment scheduling blast…

Into the New Year

For eyes, skin and ears,

Each with its medical task!

With two of us in the game,

I’ve more doctors than I can name…

Yet none for the toes

And my nail-clipping woes,

I’m sure one will be assigned, all the same!

My wife and I share the same doctor,

Not quite like both reading Betty Crocker…

With differing needs

My schedule exceeds

Just keeping the card on a locker!

 

–Jonathan Caswell

 

RIDE SHARING?

RIDE SHARING?

 

Coming into work today,

Accosted by two young girls gay…

Asking if I carpooled

To work or to school,

I said I was out-of-the-way…!

I let myself be beguiled

So easy when the two of them smiled…

Who knows who they’ll find

If the person won’t mind,

A week or two for a trial.

 

–Jonathan Caswell

 

BACK IN HER GRACES

BACK IN HER GRACES!!!!

He had avoided seeing her,

It wasn’t all that hard…

His schedule changed a hundred times,

No time to stop for nard.

She appeared suddenly

While he was keyboarding….

Asked him how he was

And stood there smiling.

He was glad to answer

In a friendly way and share…

A posting that he had sent

Without the picture there.

He’s glad SHE made the move

In friendly repartee…

He really wants to behave himself’

To enjoy her company!

–Jonathan Caswell

HOLIDAY TIME OFF

HOLIDAY TIME OFF

 

Comes ’round Christmas time each year,

Time to plan for my wife’s cheer…

Making tracks

To th’Adirondacks,

Her family’s voice to hear.

Planning time and getting covered,

Asking the boss with timing leveraged…

Before a younger

Slates his hunger,

For family time, to be mothered.

Working through my schedule early,

Getting in first before the squirrelly…

Take away the chance to breathe

Mountain air and wood smoke wreath,

A blessed time for family, surely!

 

–Jonathan Caswell

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