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Friday Funnies! is a Go ;-)

friday funnies button

Hope you’ll join us for the first edition of:

Friday Funnies!

starting tomorrow at: My Poetic Path.

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A great way to start the weekend with a smile!

Hope to see you there and do spread the word if you can too.

Definitely, the more the merrier. ūüėČ

My Kind of “Processing” ;<) In My Kitchen

scones
In my kitchen, I create.
Breads to rise and cakes to bake.
Here, I stir, knead and sauté.
Spoons and knives, in happy disarray.
                                        
In my kitchen, I am queen!
Baking cobblers, date bars and other sweet dreams.
Soups and salads, lovingly prepared.
With a smidge of spice and a dash of flair.
                                                                                                   
Blissfully,¬†I’m lost….
in heady aromas and tastes.
A world of flavors.
and delights to partake.
                                                                                     
I am home.
Oh so free.
This truly is, where I am ME!
                                                                                   
The stress of the day is left behind.
It’s time to create.
All problems resigned.
                                  
Pity those who can’t boil¬†an egg.
Seeking culinary skills.
They will often beg.
                                                 
The chemistry of cooking.
A wonder to share.
It’s almost like love, but¬†with calories…
oh dear!
                                                         
In my kitchen, safe and warm.
A¬†haven…
flour heaven ?
So glad to be here.
                                               
♥ ♥ ♥   
 
Also posted for the June 16th, Woven Dreams prompt: Processing
          
    
“In My Kitchen”- revised¬† May 2013.
 
From the poetry collection: My Poetic Path
   
PS: In case you are craving a fresh-baked treat,¬†after reading this poem,¬† ūüėČ
here’s the link to the recipe for these delicious scones.

A Mr. Cheddar Haiku: Elusive Prey!

Also submitted for the One Single Impression  prompt:  Elusive