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Saturday, August 6, 2011

My Warm, Happy Place: A Saturday Centus

Thanks for dropping by this week's Saturday Centus post, an exercise in brevity. Typically, we are allowed to use up to 100 words. Miss Jenny's only permitting 50 words this time, along with a syrupy prompt (bolded below). What could I do with such high-level sugar content but dedicate a poem to my beloved nephew? I hope you enjoy, and check out the other offerings at Jenny's site. They are always worthy of visits/follows. 

Have a sunshiny, but not miserably so, weekend! xo Robyn

My Warm, Happy Place

You tackle the world with a trusting embrace
Snuggle my heart with a smirk on your face
Challenge the planet and win every race.
You are my sunshine and starlight
My warm, happy place!

I love and miss you, Jeremy.
Auntie Robyn

46 comments:

  1. Jeremy is a lucky little boy!

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  2. That's so sweet! Cool pic:@)

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  3. Awwww I bet you are a fabulous auntie to your nephew, too.

    I"m a chocoholic too. Just wrote a very naughty piece about it being my sin..LOL

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  4. Made me smile, Robyn! A very good thing! 50 words well used!

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  5. Oh boy, you must be spoiling him rotten! I hope he doesn't expect that level of adulation from all the women in his life.

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  6. Robyn, this is beautiful and made me smile with a warm glow inside.

    Gems xxx

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  7. THAT is so, so sweet!! I absolutely love his hair, too.

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  8. What great use of the 50 words and how sweet! Jeremy is so lucky to have an aunt like you.

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  9. oh that was so beautiful ... how lucky Jeremy is to have such a loving Aunt! wonderful use of the prompt!

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  10. Awwwww what a nice poem. Your nephew is one lucky little lad to have an aunt like you!

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  11. Every time I see a picture of that kid it just makes me laugh, he is so awesome.

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  12. Happy places make happy faces! I love pictures. When my mind starts going, I'll have the pictures to take me back.~Ames ♥

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  13. Thank you so for visiting my blog this Saturday Centus. Your poem was blissful, a lovely use of 50 words! Be Blessed :)

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  14. Thanks, everyone. He makes it so easy to be a proud auntie! Plus he loves chocolate at least as much as I do. Really! He's amazing!
    xoRobyn

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  15. that was so awesome, it made me just smile and smile.

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  16. You guys have such a great relationship!

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  17. Hope you get your hot fudge sundae. LOLOL

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  18. Sweet! Jeremy sure is a cutie patootie!

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  19. Aww that's beautiful..What a lovely aunt you are.
    Cute shot too.... look at all those pumpkins!

    =]

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  20. Wonderful words & a lovely tribute to Robyn!

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  21. 50 words, and every one of them a beautiful gold-wrapped chocolate kiss.

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  22. Your photo says it all, then your poem is the icing on the cake. You are both so blessed to have one another.

    Namaste..........cj

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  23. When I saw the title, "My Warm Happy Place" I actually thought of something else.

    That cute little Jeremy boy is certainly lucky to have you for an aunt!

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  24. Judie, for once, I didn't push the envelope. Unexpected, I know.

    Thank you, friends. It gets sweeter. Jeremy said "Thank you for the story. I love you so much."

    xoRobyn

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  25. I really liked this one.

    And I love that cute picture.

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  26. Beautiful! What a powerful punch with 50 words.

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  27. You look sooooo happy...Ahhh sweet! Good for you Robyn!

    Lisa
    xoxoxo

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  28. The hair! Come on, how do you restrain yourself from running your fingers through his hair ALL THE TIME!
    This was very beautiful!

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  29. Brought a tear to my eye...what a sweet thing to say. He's such an adorable little tyke!

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  30. Aw shucks, thank you all (on Jeremy's behalf too.)

    Sandra, his curls are so soft too. In others words, yes, I love to run my fingers through them.

    Marlene, I'm honored. Thanks.

    xoRobyn

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  31. Look at you being a cool 'n cute auntie. Where's the chocolate? BTW...made you blog of the day.

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  32. Oh Robyn,
    What a sweet and well-written poem! Lucky Jeremy! (Love the photo of the two of you hugging.)

    Thank you for your kind words about my SC-post about Sanna. I decided to ditch John Tell and let Sanna's life be more like my own right now: alone with only the children and the cats.

    Best wishes & hugs,
    Anna
    For the benefit of other readers:
    Sanna's Sunshine SC Wk 66

    Visit my cat, Sara's blog to see what it looks like at the new apartment right now:
    P is for Presents - Sara Cat AT-rd-3-P

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  33. That was great! It gave me the warm fuzzies! Everytime I see your nephew's picture, I can't help but smile! He's adorable and I love his curlies!

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  34. A beautiful poem for your adorable nephew! You are an amazing aunt, and Margaret's comment says it all! Julie

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  35. Hi, Robyn! What a touching and beautiful poem, made me think of my own nephews while reading. The picture of you and your special guy is wonderful!

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  36. Oh, Robyn,Excellent !

    This was so well written and reminded me of my Auntie Joan and her love for me. You write 'warm and fuzzy' as well as you do everything else !!!

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  37. That is pretty darn sweet! (so is the photo). Here's to a good upcoming week...

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  38. Sweet poem - all my Aunt does for me is make pie? W.C.C.

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  39. Thanks for all your sweet comments.

    WCC - chocolate pie? Well, whatever kind, sounds like a special aunt.

    xoRobyn

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  40. Your nephew is adorable, and he is one lucky boy!! Sweet poem. :)

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  41. Your nephew is perfect!

    And so was this poem.

    I loved the cadence and rhythm in this. It read like a song...my favorite kind of poetry!

    Thanks for sharing.

    I'm glad you and Jeremy have each other!

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