and the winner is….
April 18, 2007
I am getting ready to bring my 6yr old to the doctor. He woke up this morning with a croupy sort of cough and complaining ( i.e. screaming on the top of his lungs while writhing on the floor) that his ear was hurting.
His ear hurts. He screams.
I see the doctor more than
most people see friends.
Just another haiku to make up for the fact that I botched the last one. ACK. As much as I would like to go back and change it I will leave it alone. (Though I will say that in my head I was saying the word along with one syllable. I have no idea why.) It is a shining example of what happens to your brain after you have children. I have a new tagline. Unable to haiku since 1994.
First I must give a couple honorable mentions:
This one made me laugh. And now I can look at my cellulite and call it my tiny life preservers.
jay, for this one:
thousands of tiny
life preservers that float but
refuse to deflate
This one because I can relate, although my boobs never came back once I stop lactating, they just up and disappeared.
I want my boobs back
Fourteen months seems oh so long
To be lactating
This one, which was sad.
Rain reflects heart tears
As parents grieve Hokie child
Hug your babies close
And Christine because she got a troll to come to her blog after leaving this. And that always deserves recognition :
Kids pissing me off.
At least I had sex last night.
Coffee and Zoloft.
Jeana, a woman after my own heart:
Smirnoff Coolers, Hard Liquor
And the winner is:
April was gloomy
Until sunrise on Friday:
First grandson was born!
Taxes due today.
should have kept better records.
I hope I like jail.
Yes, two winners. You know should one of them not be able to fulfill their duties as the master of Bad Haiku Tuesday.
Babette because it made me smile. Hurray for grandbabies!
And Kristen because we all feel the same way. Receipts? What? Also, since she will be in jail maybe I can have that adorable baby of hers.
So you two email me your address so I can send you your super duper yet to be determined prize. If the box has air holes do not be alarmed. Toddlers like air.
Thanks for playing. And just for the record, it is raining here today.
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