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« on: April 05, 2009, 03:05:09 AM »

A WOMANíS WEEK

MONDAY.

Mondayís a great day. A week of new starts
Washing and housework, and the family depart
To earn their own living, or learning at school
While I have a ĎNanny Napí with my feet on a stool.

TUESDAY

Tuesdayís a great day. No washing to do
Just a little mending and ironing , thatís true.
Family out, then thereís exercise class
Keeping me fit till they put me out to grass.

WEDNESDAY

Well, the week is half over, and what have I done?
Not much, by the look of things. I have to run
Shopping to do and meals to prepare
Itís pizzas tomorrow night, Iím glad to declare.

THURSDAY

Well, I just love Thursday. The shops open late
We can skip a cooked meal and eat Pizzas (no plates)
Catalogue bargains will tempt me to browse
How much more junk can I cram in the house?

FRIDAY

Hurrah, it is Friday. The weekís nearly over
No homework, or marking, we are all in clover.
What shall we do now the weekend is near?
Stay outdoors, enjoy nature? Oh, itís pouring down here.

SATURDAY.

Fun day, picnics, play sports, or a run
Using up energy stored for so long
Shopping for groceries new shoes for the kids
May write up my journal or start a new list.

SUNDAY.

Sunday is Godís day, but all of the week
Should be Godís days as His will we seek
Today is our rest day and our listening time
While I learn and remember that Jesus is mine.                               W.B.   March  2009
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« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2009, 08:32:56 AM »

Hello wyn,,

Welcome to Christians Unite forums. Great poem. I look forward to seeing some more posts from you and having some great fellowship in the Lord.

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« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2009, 09:08:10 AM »

AMEN WYN!

Hello and WELCOME!


I sincerely hope that you enjoy Christians Unite. I look forward to having fellowship with you.

Love In Christ,
Tom

Thanks be unto God for His unspeakable GIFT, Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour Forever!
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