9/12/2010

160: Nag Nag Nag!



tick-tock tick-tock

The clock nags the minutes away.
The work is due at 12PM.
I’ve got no time to play.
But 160 calls and I can’t say no.
My work will have to wait!

18 comments:

  1. Thats The Spirit!!!
    Play FIRST...
    Work...Whenever!

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  2. Oh Patti-Cake...?

    YAHTZEE!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Galen; "Patti-Cake"? I like that!

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  4. Charming and fun, writing always comes first :D

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  5. Gotta echo G-man's comment...you have your priorities straight as far as I am concerned. Thanks for playing this goofy like Sunday 160 game.

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  6. Nice 160 - I love The clock nags the minutes away - they do that alright!

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  7. Hey, you can't work ALL the time. 160 isn't such a long break. As to my 160, it's a follow up on the one about my son from last week. See, I'm not nagging you at all. The clock does plenty of that.

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  8. haha. now get back to work...smiles. have a marvelous sunday patti...

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  9. Do I know the nagging clock? Glad to know there are others out there who ignore it for a bit of fun first. :-)

    Su-sieee! Mac
    This and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then.

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  10. that's super nice...
    love the tick tuck sound..
    Thanks for commenting on mine,

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  11. when u have work to do,
    u feel busy and full...
    love your 160.
    Cheers!

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  12. Thanks for stopping by, everyone. I hope you all had a wonderful Sunday.

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  13. I missed my 160 today...But reading yours made up for it...Great One-Sixty, Patti.

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  14. hahahah... but it didn't have to wait long :)
    Excellently played, Patti!! Deadlines can get too much at times! And at such time, one really needs a break, like a 160!! :)

    Enjoyed this one!! :)

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  15. Tracy: Thank you. Sometimes we need a bit of whimsy, no?

    Kavita: Actually, I'm rather fond of breaks most of the time! ;-)

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  16. If you don't look at the clock it doesn't really exist.

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  17. It's the lesson of retirement. I'm learning it well!

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  18. Whoever needs a clock?!

    :D

    a child's play

    And do get aboard the Poetry Train every Monday mornings and thereafter!

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