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{November 25, 2012}   My Favorite Things (for @TrifectaWriting)

Trifecta gave a great writing prompt for this time of year. Well, in my opinion anyway.

  • “In 1959, Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote the music for the Broadway production, The Sound of Music. One of the most famous songs from the musical is “My Favorite Things.” Since its inception, the song has been covered by countless artists, and we’re asking you to follow suit. Give us a few of your favorite things, in whichever form you want, in 33 words exactly.”

Easy. Feel free to sing along with me …

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My Favorite Things

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Christmas, theater, cheese, spa days and warm cookies

Family, friends, travel and writing a bookie

The love of my children and when my girl sings

These are a few of my favorite things

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A grainy albeit very special blast from my family’s Christmas Past.

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El Guapo says:

Wonderful!

Hey, when you write your bookie, as him who the early favorite for the superbowl is.



Didn’t catch that. Smart man!



Lumdog says:

Very sweet. Love the pic!



Thanks, LD. It’s one of my favorites, too.



Cheese makes everything better, doesn’t it? Your kiddos are gorge, how much they must have grown in the past nine years. Thanks for sharing this with us.



My boy just became a teenager. Thirteen, that is. It’s disgusting really. I just hate the passing of time.

Thank you for visiting.



deanabo says:

I love the post, but I love the picture more! Great memories!



Thanks, D-Bo. I actually still remember taking this picture on a cold December night and relishing in the fact that I finally captured one where they were both looking at the same time!



Mel says:

Great favorite things and precious little faces. You can’t help but smile at their smiles in that picture.



Draug419 says:

Bookie is my new favorite word lol Great piece!



Sweet post, sweet picture!



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