Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Puddle

Jumping in
Puddles
In blue wellies
Remembering childhood
When the only concern
I had
Was not getting
Too wet
And catching a cold

55 comments:

  1. Wish those were the only concerns I had these days!

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  2. Not getting too wet and catching a cold were never among my concerns ;) Puddles are still fun :)

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  3. ahhhh the carefree days of youth!
    Beautiful memories, darling!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  4. Beware that the curbs are very dangerous.

    Cheers

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  5. Fun poem ~ can feel and see the puddles with the great boots!

    Be Well, Be Safe,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. Life was far more simple then.

    Have a great day, Regine. ♥

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  7. Totally true, when we were little we had no worries.
    Greetings.


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  8. Maybe we should all find a puddle to jump in right now__to heck (at least momentarily) with problems.

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  9. I feel like a child again! Beautiful!

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  10. Precious memories. Though I didn't consider getting a cold.

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  11. :) The older I get the more I can reconnect with the happiness of rain.

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  12. Powerful words. Jumping in puddles sounds good right now :)

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  13. I still love to (maybe not jump) but stomp in a puddle when I have my boots on. Maybe I am just a big kid. Smile. Hugs-Erika

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  14. i love childhood memories. This sounds familiar in that it would be snow i most remember playing in.

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  15. and weren't those the days?

    keep those memories warm, friend ...

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  16. Those were the days! I still jump in puddles once in awhile!

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  17. Funny because getting a cold was part of life, right?
    XOXO
    Jodie

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  18. your words are thought provoking and that makes them important

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  19. Sweet and childlike - I love this.
    It reminds me of watching a neighbor girl jump giddily in rain puddles a few days ago.
    Thanks for sharing this.

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  20. dancing in the rain...the best feeling ever!!!

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  21. Reminded of my childhood who always ran around playing water under heavy rain πŸ˜„

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  22. Por momentos recuei a Angola e Γ s chuvas quentes... πŸ‘

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  23. OMG, yes... Brings the memories back! πŸ’¦

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  24. Happy memories to hold dear R πŸ’™

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  25. This takes me back too many years, I remember coming home drenched from school and being wrapped up and sat in front of the coal fire, whilst my gabardine raincoat was put to dry beside me over the fire guard! It was "just" dry for the next soaking day.
    Hugs
    Faith x

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  26. That was always so fun as a kid! my boys love doing that!

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  27. Love when we all had no care in the world!

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  28. Lovely times when our cares were so small . . .
    Blessings!

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  29. This poem brings back fun memories. :)

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  30. I've been reminiscing too, mostly about the Summer days as a kid running around the neighborhood, building forts, playing with Barbies, and eating water melon. : )

    ~Sheri

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  31. That is a universal occupation Regine - my grandies do that too :)
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  32. We never had wellies, in fact even now dont, but guess Oz is drier.. but dud jump in puddles not bec over them! πŸ˜†πŸ˜…
    Thanks for sharing, and may God bless and keep you and all whom you love safe and well.
    Prayer hugs, Shaz in Oz. X 7

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  33. What a fun memory of childhood you've painted. I pulled on my rain boots this morning to feed the neighbors' dogs. No puddles to jump in. But worrying about catching something is on all of our minds again, isn't it?

    Ruth
    VogueFauxReal

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  34. Imagine the chaos catching a regular, good old-fashioned, cold would cause in the current climate!

    I wish I could escape to those simpler times now...

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  35. Oh, I can remember. What a nice memories.

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