Thankful Thursday

Hi everyone! We are joining Brian’s Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.

We are also joining Sammy’s Poetry Day. Here is my poem to go with this photo:

Look! A tiny door.
I wonder if it is a little store?
Maybe some forest fairies live there.
It is certainly not the home of a bear.
A place for garden gnomes to gather together
to hide in all kinds of bad weather?
I was wrong, it is the home of elves
they had lots of cookies on their shelves.

Notice I wrote HAD lots of cookies 🙂

Sammy is modeling mom’s W creation for The A-Z Blogging Challenge

A worm

Mom had to make another one because Sammy claimed this one for himself and she would never tell her little Cat Scout that he can’t have something he wants.

And here are the Friendly Fill-ins for Friday. Mom came up with the first two and Annie of McGuffy’s Reader came up with the second two.

1. I could really use ____________________.

2. ________________________ is a charity that I like to support.

3. One time, I broke                           , and                          .                   

4. I wish that I had                    , when I was young(er).





  1. Hey, that poem would be good to put inside a fairy garden…like in a wee mailbox. “A poem for my garden fairies:)”

    That worm can go in the garden too…but in all seriousness, its it cute green worm…but I hope not a tomato worm,,MOL!

  2. What a GREAT poem!!!! I think that worm is absolutely adorable – no wonder Sammy refuses to let it go…..

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. I think elves live there since water is flowing under the tree. ~grin~ Cute worm! I look forward to your fill-in answers. Number four reminds me of the mean neighbor girl and her electric toy car she never let me drive. ~sigh~ Now I never seem to get a break from driving, starting from the day I got my license. Heh… Even my father handed over the keys to his huge truck when he visited last week. At least I didn’t have to tow his camper!

  4. Such a cute poem from a sweet kitty.

    Cookies don’t seem to last long around here either. They magically disappear ?

  5. You ate all the cookies. I would have too.

    I’m all ready for Friendly Fill-ins.

    Have a purrfect Thankful Thursday. My best to your mom. ♥

  6. I just love your poem! I very briefly thought of trying to make mine about those cookie elves, but didn’t know how to go about it well. You did it perfectly, though! And what a cute worm! You are too adorable, Sammy, playing with it like that. Your mom did the right thing in letting you keep that one. Purrs!

  7. dood….wermz !!!! now yur talkin awesum….N hay, yur poem two dayz soooper awesum two…sewz that fotoz 🙂 N joy de day shop vac 😉 ♥♥

  8. Nice poetry:) That little door in the tree reminds us of the little fairy homes someone made along one of our trails. We love to find worms in the garden:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  9. Pawsome Poem!
    And Sammy, you don’t look too excited about those cookies although none of us in The Tribe have a sweet tooth either. On the rare occasion that The Female Human tries to bake, Oliver will always sneak around and try to lick the butter though.
    Purrs & Head Bonks,

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