Our House Must be Covered in Sick!

Stick Houses

There was a middle-aged Momma

who lived at the Manor

with two kinder, the Mrs.

Life couldn’t be grander.


Little and Big

went to school each day

to learn and experience

the progressive way.


The thing that would happen

as in all schools, they do

Farshtunkeneh germs

and dreck like the flu.


We were crawling with what

must have been going around

a cure for this mishegas

could not be found.


Those microbes are causing such chaos, you see

for Little and Big, the Mrs. and me

with every ‘–itis’ kaynahorah, we all seem to catch

it’s no wonder we sound just like one great big kvetch.


On Sunday we said, “Enough is enough!”

let’s stop this kockamayme condition

Let’s go outside and feel the sun on our backs

We can’t sit here and keep up this bitchin’.


So we picked up our meds, we headed outdoors

to meet Nonna at the arbor museum

we laughed, ran and played on this beautiful site

we had fun, we were happy and gleesome!

with Nonna

For those we encountered as we sought healthier ground

Please know we dare not have shared

For Jonas had left us a blanket of snow

Killing germs while we romped unimpaired



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22 thoughts on “Our House Must be Covered in Sick!

    1. Hi Cindy!
      Oh my, they are so amazing! Here is a link to tell you more about them–http://www.business-services.upenn.edu/arboretum/events_patrick_dougherty.shtml
      The Morris Arboretum is part of the University of Pennsylvania, and is absolutely wonderful. Delightful all times of the year. Nonna, just got us a membership, so I can imagine many more visits to this lovely wonderland minutes away from us!
      Have a super day!

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  1. You may have convinced me that there is one good thing to come from snow if it can help kill germs. A great poem (im now going to google all the words I dont recognise)
    Thanks for linking with us, Tracey xx #abitofeverything

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