Palm trees and sunshine
No snow, mittens, hats, or scarves
Oooh! I like your view and your haiku!
I agree. You deserve extra credit... and I am so-o-o-o-o jealous of your view!!!
You always get extra credit for pictures! :)
I TOTALLY forgot you'd changed your URL. I know I wrote it down on one the million scraps of paper i'm always surrounded by! I wondered why you hadn't written anything lately (wasn't showing up in my reader!).I like my snow. But looks like you've got a pretty sweet set up going there too! ;) Loved the haiku!
Here's mine:Bare oak trees & cloudy skiesNo bikini's,tank tops,or flip flopsOhio Fall :((YOU WIN!!!!!!!!!!)
It looks an awful lot like my view here in Cali!
I need to take a haiku class! I liked yours though, and I love your view.
Ah yes, extra credit for pictures. I keep counting the syllables in everyone's Haiku.
A Florida winter sounds very nice to me!! Mind you, as much as I complain about the wind and the rain and the cold, I actually think that I'd miss the seasons!
No extra points for the picture - A haiku should only have 15 syllables. A picture = 1000 words and probably 2-3 thousand syllables. Way over the top!Nice haiku though.
What a fabulous view!! I'm a palm tree and sunshine lover!! Beautiful!
Nicely done, and gre4at pic!Jay @ HalftimeLessons.com
I'm sooooo jealous of your view!!! BEAUTIFUL!!! :-)
Good one! I did the haiku too but deviated a little from the assignment.(I did include a picture though) Thanks for sharing with us!
If your goal with this assignment was to make us all insanely jealous, than it worked! Love it.
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