Happy, Happy, and a Little More Happy!

Even though I am in the middle of class preparations–Heart of Darkness and Beowulf, if you’re interested–I feel obligated to take a moment to write a post.  Why? Because it has been almost a month since I last posted and because WordPress reminded me that it’s my WordPress anniversary.  Typically, I ignore WP’s “pats on the back,” but three years is a long time to stick with a weblog, no matter how infrequently, randomly, and unpredictably one posts.

Sooooo…

Thank you, my little blog audience, for sticking with mePics and Posts is one of my happy places and I enjoy sharing my snail mail and photo adventures with you.  Happy Anniversary to us!

Until next time–I leave you with a little bit of happy–a poem by e.e. cummings that always makes me smile!

Who Knows If the Moon

“Who Knows if the Moon’s a Baloon” by e.e. cummings

[I designed this for a “Poetry on a Postcard” swap.  I’ll be blogging about the series of swaps soon].

Have joy!

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  1. Congratulations Chandra!

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  2. Had my third year this year, too! So my little blog is a little older than yours, which is very befitting, as I am a little older than you are, too 😉 A day or two — uhm thousand? Three thousand? Does it matter? 😉
    Happy anniversary. Have some non-poetic suprise for you, too (poems in German would not exactly be helpful, would they?)
    But for now I will cite Dorothy Parker:
    News Item

    Men seldom make passes
    At girls who wear glasses.
    8-( Guess who is wearing a pair of glasses since she was 8 …

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    • Yay! Well, a belated Happy Anniversary to you and your blog! Haha…love the poetry and looking forward to the “non-poetic” surprise!

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  3. Congrats, Chandra and best wishes to your blog!

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  4. Laurie

     /  September 17, 2015

    Congratulations! I commend you on your staying with it. Can’t say that I’ve been as good, and I started 4 1/2 years ago…

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    • Oh, but I love your blog! I understand completely about not posting regularly. It’s sometimes a struggle with all the demands on our time, but it’s one of the few things I do “for me,” so I don’t let my wacky posting (non)schedule stress me out!

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  5. Oh, thank you for the joy and I’m sending you much joy, happiness, and love. I’m so glad I’ve met you…

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