Monday, September 02, 2013

A Labor Day Poem

It's all about the picnicking and barbecues today.  While we are supposed to honor laborers we have a day to play.  A front came through our town last night accompanied by storms.  The windows are flung open and there's plenty of fresh corn. Karen taught me yesterday, to sew a perfect seam. Today I'll finish all my hats, the blue the green the cream! If instead I have to work, on this our Labor Day, I'll be glad I'm working and not laboring away.  I always have a little smile when Mother's have their babes, and Labor on the Labor Day when Holidays were made.  :)



9 comments:

Dee said...

Cute poem.

Love the cabled knitting. Cables always look best in white.

We are doing that OTHER classic Labor Day thing. We are heading to the BEACH!

Nancy Kay said...

Well said. And nice picture of cables. Hope you can relax today!

Nancy said...

No rest for the fire fighters in the wilderness today. Smoke-filled skies from area forest fires blanket the valley: sure wish it would rain, and rain, and rain.

Mereknits said...

Very cute poem, love it.

Hugs,
Meredith

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Bubbling cheer here... I love it!! Beautiful cables. blessings ~ tanna

Judy S. said...

Have a great day! Did you see the cool tutorial on cables on Tanna's blog? Yours are looking terrific!

Araignee said...

Happy Labor Day! I would be funny to be delivering a baby today-after the fact. Being in labor is no laughing matter. Ouch.

SissySees said...

Can Karen teach me?! I hate seams, probably because I don't get the desired results.

SapphireBlue said...

I like the poem. It's spot on!

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