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Another Friday ~
Tick-tock time for my haiku,
wine and all things bliss.


It's been another one of those rainy weeks, but all feels good today ~

Cooing with sweet Connie Mae,
we met at a halfway Ale House for lunch and some baby talk,
though it had continued to rain our spirits were not dampened that day.

I was over the moon to receive something very special
in the post from one lovely lady (more later).

I was also delighted to receive a giant canvas back with my up-loaded pic - 
looked fabulous even though I say it myself  :~)

So I have a good Friday feeling,

Wishing you all a lovely W/E

Linking with other Haiku offerings ~
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

Karen said…
Wine and Fridays! What more could one want!
Yes, this gathering place really is one of the best things about Friday, isn't it?

Friday Haiku 1 and Friday Haiku 2
joanne said…
I don't work so everyday is a weekend, but I could feel the excitement and fun in your haiku.....cute picture
Spadoman said…
You sound joyous and happy. That is a very good thing to behold. Lovely haiku to tell us about it.

Much Peace Ms. Foxy
Cat said…
sounds lovely
even though it is raining
a good Ale with a girlfriend is so great!

lovely weekend to you

love and light
Annie said…
Happiness is just oozing off this totally feel good post. Love it.
Dear Sue,
the pup looks like he is ready for a glass. What a wonderful image! I am so glad that you had some girl time with a friend to talk about your grandchild. It just sounds like you have had a little "Me" time for a change, which is so necessary and that your artwork is going well also. I'm so glad to know it.
Love,
Noelle x
rebecca said…
my darling friend,
i am so happy that you were able to hold the baby fox! pure heaven!!!

thank you for gracing my friday with your heartfelt presence.
i adore you!
So many things to be grateful for. :) I hope your weekend will be as much fun!
Grace said…
What can be more perfect day than Friday with wine ~

Enjoy the weekend ~
Libby said…
LOVED your post...that is a really interesting picture - cool composition. Sounds like the perfect Friday!!
Introverted Art said…
oh, you could say that 1000 times more: TGIF!
Rachel said…
Glad your Friday turned out good, and how could it not with that adorable dog and a glass of wine. ;)
Monica said…
yes! plenty of goodies there.hope your weekend is proving lovely too.
we had sun yesterday! lol
Marit said…
Due to computer problems, I'm late visiting the haiku circle, but here I am - love your haiku and I wish your week will be as good as Friday was!

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