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A Christmas Poem

Sunday, December 21, 2008


Christmas is coming,
How can you tell?
Caro's wearing red, 
And swinging like a bell.



Excited for bright lights,
Excited for fun,
Excited for presents,
And the wrappings therefrom.



Anxious for Christmas,
Why won't it come,
Caro's tired of waiting,
And getting quite bummed.



Tired of waiting,
If it doesn't come soon,
Caro may give up,
And think that it's June!



But how can I forget?
She says with a smile,
There's a tree in our house,
It's been here a short while.



And there's snow on the ground,
How can this be!
We live in Las Vegas,
It's a desert you see?



And the snow keeps on coming,
Falling far and wide,
Caro likes it a lot,
So long as it's outside.



Christmas will come,
But it won't stay for long,
So let's enjoy the waiting,
With kindness, love, and song.



Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone!


6 comments:

  1. I love it! The poem is awesome and you took great pictures to go with it.

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  2. That's cool you were able to take picts of the snow falling!! It's dumping today too, we may have to postpone going to Lagoon a day. ;)

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  3. That is such a cute poem!!! Caroline is getting so big now.

    Merry Christmas!!!

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  4. Are you kidding? How did you come up with such a cute poem? Is there anything you are not good at? Geesh! It was so good to see you guys. Caroline is darling, I was sad to not be able to play with her but Miles just got sick yesterday and I didn't want to pass anything. ANyways!! THank you so much for putting that on and the COOKIES!!!

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  5. What?!?! You guys had snow too?? I swear the world is getting colder and colder--not the other way around. It seems like we have had over a foot in the last week and a half.

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