My Favorites

Day 22 – Can I make it through this challenge? I am tired of writing about the challenges of COVID-19. Pre- coronavirus impact, my favorites.

M – March, my birthday month, SOLC writing

Y- Yarrow, a tall yellow plant with wispy foliage

F- Fall, always my favorite time of year, not too hot, not too cold, beautiful landscapes

A- Apple picking with family and friends

V- Vegetable gardening, planning, planting, weeding and harvesting!

O- Olive Oil, especially on popcorn instead of butter

R- Reading, on a hammock under the trees with a breeze gently blowing

I- Ice Cream, maple walnut

T- Tulips, a first sign of spring

E- Eggs, fresh and local

S- Sunday mornings, slow and lazy


6 thoughts on “My Favorites

  1. Olive oil – something I love, too. Don’t know what I’d do without it! Definitely a good substitute for butter on popcorn.

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  2. I love the diversion this poem provides and may try it myself today, if that’s OK. Thank you! 🙂

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  3. This is a wonderfully upbeat post this morning. I like this as a format for starting a writing class or getting to know each other.

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  4. Thanks for not writing about the pandemic today. I think we are all consumed by it and your poem takes me away for a few minutes anyway. I’m going to make a list of my favorites too.

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  5. Thanks for redirecting my thinking … I too should start thinking about my favorites. Yes, I also have a March birthday and your second, yarrow, makes me think of my favorite thing to do, working in the garden, and the yellow from the yarrow screams lots of warmth and sunshine. Thanks for the redirection 🙂

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  6. Thank you for having a positive post with images that push me into thinking about the beauty in nature right now.

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