A Limerick

It grew from a comment Laurie made on my post about scones/muffins. I woke up just after six this morning and wrote a couple of drafts then finished it this evening. It’s not perfect but it will do to spread a little light cheeriness and fill my need for a post a day.

 

A Mainer, who was seldom wrong,

noted winter was nearly all gone.

She’d grown tired of muffins

and decided that nothing

could compare to a Great British scone.

18 thoughts on “A Limerick

      1. Lavinia Ross

        The scones I used to get on the east coast that were so good were shaped more like giant slugs. I remember those fancy breads you made on the care farm that had various shapes. Now you and Julia could get very creative with scones. ๐Ÿ™‚

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