Sweet Tennessee!

Sweet Tennessee!

August 24, 2013

Big Badger Lee Takes a Wife!


A Badger and His Bride

On a gorgeous day in hot, sunny August..
Badger Lee said to his girl.. today it's marriage or bust!
She wore red roses on her head..
Because to a wedding, a badger can wear red..
They said their vows and left Agent Snee in their dust!

His beautiful bride is named Ava Elaine..
She changed her name from Selma Jane!
Ava loves to bake..
Sweet pies, but not cake!
Low fat and low calorie, so weight Lee won't gain!

Big Lee and his lady are honeymooning in Fargo..
They're saving their cash so didn't go to Key Largo!
It's quite a long walk..
But they love to talk!
And Lee wants to avoid his pain of an ex.. Badger Margo..

In Fargo they'll meet up with Duke Larry and Tammy..
Who've stayed ten days in Philly while still on the lammy!  *
Snee's still clueless..
Plus now he's shoeless
He's on the verge of being fired, so he's in a real jammy!  *

     Mary R.

             * = poetic license because i can!  :)

And just this before i go...



Reminiscing about Springtime and the lovely yellow, sweetly scented Freesia.  Have a wonderful Sunday, and i'll be back as always...

       Mary





26 comments:

  1. My daughter just showed me a video on Youtube last night of a show called Say Yes To The Dress (its' on TLC) where they find the perfect wedding dress for different women. One particular woman who had never actually MET her fiancé (they had communicated on line) wanted something besides white. She started out looking at grey dresses....and they told her to wait....they had one they had in a bag for 2 years and no one had ever tried it on....it was RED....and she said yes to that dress. She had dark black hair...and she looked beautiful!!! So, if a human can wear red to a wedding, I am sure it's fine for a badger!! :)

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    1. Exactly! I think red is a fabulous color, though not traditional, for a woman and a badger! :D. And this sounds like a TV show i might like. (I like so few these days!)

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  2. Great poem and love the pretty flowers.:)

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    1. Thanks! :). And i think yellow has replaced pink as my favorite color.

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  3. This is brilliant Mary! I could picture this poem so well, love it :)

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    1. Thank you so much, Ann! I'm happy you enjoyed it. :)

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  4. Love the poem and those are gorgeous flowers. Have a nice evening and a good Monday.

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    1. Thank you so much! And you have a wonderful week also!

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  5. What a beautiful flower portrait. I have found so few this year really..wildflowers I mean. I love them. xo

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    1. Flowers makes our lives so much ptettier, i think! And they all have their different, special meanings. :-

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  6. Thanks to you I learned what a badger was, I did not know this word (remember I'm french, I can't know everything in english! :o)
    I love the flowers, no matter where they're coming from! :o)

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    1. I learn a lot from my blogger friends from other countries, and have learned so much from you Malyss! :). That's my favorite thing about blogging.. i love to write, but i love learning and making new friends more.

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  7. YOU are the talented wonder . . Me. I'm like Lee - need Low Fat, Low Calorie so i don't gain . . LOVELY Freesia . . .

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    1. Thank you Georgy That wonderful compliment means a lot to me. :) I am very much like Lee myself!

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  8. So fun and wonderfully wordy you are !
    Inhaling that lovely fragrance of your Freesia.

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    1. Thank you! This is a lot of fun to do. :)

      And freesia and hyacinth are my favorite spring blossoms. I think. Or maybe those AND tulips. Pink ones...

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