Top Drawer News — Giving Thanks

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We’re on the Musa Publishing blog today, exhibiting our usual slightly-off-kilter sense of humor.

Here’s the post.

Here’s the poem.

Image source: Public domain via Wikimedia Commons, as modified by HL Carpenter

Image source: Public domain via Wikimedia Commons, as modified by HL Carpenter

Giving Thanks
by HL Carpenter

I’m grateful for so many things
It’s really quite a list.
Good food, good friends, good company
And more I’ve likely missed.

But what I’m really thankful for
(which may prove that I’m a dork),
is the one thing I use the most–
my fetching, fabulous fork.

Hope you appreciate your fork, too, as well as the food you eat with it. 🙂


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