Haiku Friday

March 19, 2010 at 11:30 am | Posted in Guest Posts, Haiku Friday, Lollipop | 10 Comments

Out of Office

Today, I’m not here.
Still wired. Online. But elsewhere.
Please leave a message.

Better yet, stop by.
I’m visiting Kristen’s place.
On tap: Motherese.

She speaks it so well.
Mom of two. Teacher. Huskie.
An A+ blogger.

I’m her guest. Yippee!
Talkin’ ’bout my Lollipop,
The princess addict.

Come and play. Leave love.
Reflect on ruffles. Tulle. Beads.
And why they exist.

Thanks a bunch, Kristen.
Glad to be neighbors. Next time?
I’ll bring kolaches.


Haiku Cliff Notes: I’m writing over at Motherese today, as part of Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Hope to see you there!


Haiku Friday



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  1. I’m on my way!

  2. Love that story! I just love your writing….I really do. You have such a special unique style. It’s wonderful.

  3. Glad you participated in Neighbor Friday this week! I’m looking forward to getting to know you and your blog better!

  4. So happy to have you over today. And had I known kolaches could have been part of the deal, I would have insisted on them this time around! 🙂

    Thanks for being my neighbor today, Stacia!

    • Thanks for having me! I’ll send over some virtual kolaches (for you and your Huskies, not that they’ll need them). Happy Weekend! =>

  5. I love that post. And I’m psyched to have found a cool new blog. Win-Win all the way around, I’d say!

  6. Loved your post at Motherese! And you bring kolaches when you visit? Yummy!

  7. MMMM, I love me some kolaches. My favorites ever were from a gas station (called Hruska’s) in Ellinger, Texas of all places. So glad to be introduced to your blog through Motherese this week.

    • That’s so funny! There’s a little kolache place at a gas station outside Waco, Texas, that we always stop at when we’re driving through. Who knew Texas gas stations doubled as gourmet kolache kitchens??

  8. Had to come over after reading your guest post on Kristen’s site. Your fantastic! Had to sign up for email notif.

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