Sunday, September 20, 2009

My First Nursery Rhyme

I have a hidden talent that mostly only my family knows about.
I am a poet. Seriously. I am really good.
For most of my life I have written birthday poems, anniversary poems, and random poems.
I also write songs.
I just know I could be famous.
If you don't believe me, you must hear the lovely songs I write for my dogs or my new nephew.
They are really something else.
One of my favorite poems was one I wrote to teach my students rhyme scheme.
It goes like this:
There once was a girl I knew
Who wore a red shoe.
She stopped on the road
And saw a toad
Who asked if she had some glue.

I know you are amazed. I amaze myself!

So, it was only appropriate that I wrote a little poem for Aaron to give to him when I found out we were having a baby.
It goes like this:
"I don't know
if it is a boy or girl,
but a Little Baby
is going to rock our world."

I figure that is the first stanza. I might just keep adding to the "Nursery Rhyme" as we progress. I'll be sure to keep you updated!

P.S. Surely you know I'm being sarcastic about my amazing ability...
P.P.S Also, I come by this talent naturally seeing as how my mom makes up silly songs/sayings, and my dad actually started the whole singing songs to the dog thing...

1 comment:

  1. I believe I was the first person to blog about your talent... just let it be known! Brody misses his Aunt Hayley!!