...once a week poetry treat for the young and the young at heart...
Muted snickers-so right! I even remember being told to be quiet myself from another parent. I've spent the night in my school with students a few times-that's another experience of no sleep!
Thanks, Linda! Luckily there will only be 4 "nightgowned ghosts" in our living room. I'll have all day Sunday to recover. = )
Why do we bother to call them slumber parties, when there's less of that than anything else!
Exactly, Mary Lee! Not a whole lot of slumbering going on, but a lot of fun...for the kids. (and us parents, too, we just don't want to let on) = )
Fun and true! Nice, Bridget.
Thanks, Monica! The sleepover was fun, too. = )
Your last line is perfect, Bridget! I remember those days.
Thanks, Violet! Very little slumbering went on, but it was worth it. The girls had fun. = )
Nicely done, Bridget! Hope all goes well :-)
Thanks, Tabatha! We survived...and had fun. = )
Hahaha, somehow I am reminded of my daughter's friends' sleepovers in our place. Muted snickers indeed. :)
Thanks, Myra! Plenty of muted snickers last night. Apparently they were playing charades at midnight. = )
Such truth (and fun) in that little ditty, Bridget-- I hope you survived!
Thanks, Michelle! We survive though we are all a little bleary eyed today. = )
Sleepless hosts... oh man, mine are teenagers and it's STILL that way!
Thanks, Irene! My teen keeps me sleepless for a host other reasons. = )
Been there, Bridget. "nightgowned ghosts" is perfect for the way these little guest flit about. They do love those flashlights, don't they?
Thanks, Joyce! Yes, there was flitting happening half the night. = )