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Saturday, February 4, 2012

My Jeremy and Me: A Saturday Centus

Jenny Matlock's Saturday Centus challenges us to write a piece within 100 words. This week's prompt, "two peas in a pod," was provided by Nonna at Tasty Tales. 

I'm breaking the rules and posting a photo. I also thank Judie for posting my chocolate blog photo this week.  

Please visit the groups' contributions here.   Have a great weekend, everyone. Good luck with everything, Jenny.
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My Jeremy and Me


We're two peas in a pod, a pod with two peas.

I'm thinking of you when you're thinking of me.

Just now my phone rang as I wrote the word "me."

You chimed "Hi-Auntie-Robyn-'kay-bye" with such glee!

And when chocolate is near, nothing else do we see.

Two peas in a pod, my Jeremy and me.

31 comments:

  1. Great stuff man. I've with Ms A, Jeremy sounds and seems adorable!

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  2. Peas in a pod, dynamic duo, partners in crime… :)
    You both have delightful smiles. Love the hats!

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  3. Too bad you can't find a guy that cute who is older and not a relative.

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  4. The cat gives a nod
    Truly two peas in a pod
    Could take a fishing rod
    And go catch some cod
    But then chocolate is easier to get though
    So that's better to let flow

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  5. Awe, so sweet I can almost taste the love and chocolate!

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  6. Sweetest two peas in the pod ever!

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  7. "Hi Auntie Robyn kay-bye" is just about the perfect call! And I bet you didn't even have to train him!

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  8. Awwww, so cute: the picture and your poem!

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  9. Ah such a sweetie! I found you via your baby photo at Judie's! Good to meet you here. I hope your day is terrific!

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  10. he is so darn cute!

    love that adorable photo!

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  11. MsA and Yeamie, he is. I'm biased, but if you met him you'd agree.

    Beth, thanks. That was the visit during which he kept insisted I play the "mean pirate."

    Alex, given his vicious love for chocolate, I'm sure of it.

    BethZ and Anita, thanks!

    Teri, yes and I'm laughing. Jeremy has a sweet little "girlfriend". They've been best buds for a couple years already.

    Pat Hatt, it's chocolate at that. Way better than cod, so who needs the pod? Thanks for your rhyming comment again. I always enjoy them.

    Ruth, thanks.

    Stephen, we share love, but not chocolate. (I love that about him too.)

    GB, he cracks me up with that line everytime. I start to say 'I love you/I miss you' but never have time.

    Dreaming and Betty, I appreciate it.

    Anne, thanks. It's great to meet a friend of Judie's.

    xoRobyn

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  12. Awwww. You guys are about as cute as it gets, and so is this post!

    =D

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  13. awwwwe ... that was so sweet and the photo is just adorable!!!! Rock on Robyn!

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  14. Well, that photo could be you, you know! And no one knows the difference! I tried to lick the screen, but I couldn't taste the chocolate.

    Love you, Robyn!!!

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  15. Oooh how cute....
    Nice work....
    Lovely!

    :)

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  16. Aww that is so sweet and I love the rhythm you've got in those 100 words!

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  17. so sweet. Just like one of my favorite AA Milne poems from my childhood, Two of Us: "Wherever I am there's always Pooh, there's always Pooh and me...."

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  18. Oh Robyn,
    I love this poem! It's simply beautiful. And so true! You two are like two peas in a pod!

    I'm glad you posted the photo too. It's so cute!

    Hugs from a snowy Sweden,
    Anna

    My post is in the nightmare-genre!

    'Parent-teacher meeting' Anna's SC wk 92

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  19. What a beautiful little poem! I loved this and thank you for sharing.

    Sorry I have not been around. I was in the hospital and am just now getting back on track.

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  20. That's great. Could be used on a Hallmark greeting card. Now I'm off to eat some chocolate!

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  21. Awwwwww- HUGS and LOVE!!!!


    LYMI,

    John

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  22. Awww this post was so cute! That picture is all LOVE LOVE LOVE!
    Blessings, Joanne

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  23. Thanks, everyone, for appreciating me and my Jeremy. When his mommy read it to him, Jeremy said it's "good" and that he loves me.

    xoRobyn

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  24. Robyn, I love this. This is the sweetest rhyme, ever.

    I hope you write it out in your handwriting and put this picture with it for 'someday'. What a wonderful relationship!

    Thank you for the smile. I really, really, really...

    loved this.

    Yes.

    That was three 'really's'.

    Really!

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  25. Loved that. :) Especially the line about chocolate. Lol. Awesome!!

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