I groan at the thought of it.
Massive throngs all demanding
Adults losing their children.
I remain stoic
“Sorry, that will end today.”
“Yes, that is sold out.”
They need their outings perfect.
Summer was too short! (Again)
The day post-Labor?
Now that is a vacation.
Cat purrs on my lap.
Everyone else, get busy.
It’s my turn to go have fun.
Tom gets it.
(I also answered the challenge with a story on my Anecdotal Tales page. Apparently I like this challenge.)
You must live in a tourist town ….the holiday is over and all kids should be starting school soon 😉
What you say is true.
The tourist world pays my bills.
They’re all nice enough,
But all those thousands of folks
Can really wear a guy out.
Thanks for reading. 🙂
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