Day 2137: The House

There are several news headlines about the House today, including:

Mid-term elections: Democrats win House in setback for Trump

Democrats win control of the House in 2018 midterms, CNN projects

Meet the New Agenda Setters in the House

Coincidentally, yesterday I started writing a new song, titled “I Left the House Before I Felt Ready”, which is my first original song based on my first original t-shirt …

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… which was based on original blog posts (herehere, and here), which I wrote in the house.

Here are the lyrics, so far:

I Left the House Before I Felt Ready

 

I left the house before I felt ready,

So I’m wrinkled, distracted, and sort of bed-heady.

I don’t know where my phone is, my glove, or umbrella

And my water bottle’s probably somewhere in the cellar.

© Ann Koplow, 2018

Because my house is near Boston, those last two lines rhyme.

Only one of my photos from yesterday was taken in the house:

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Here’s “House” by Elton John:

 

What are your thoughts and feelings about any of  the houses here?

Thanks to all who helped me write today’s blog post at the house and — of course! — to YOU, for visiting my blogging house.

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24 thoughts on “Day 2137: The House

  1. I love your lyrics and happy about the house

  2. I think that you represent us very well here on WordPress, Ann!

  3. I look forward to your new song and feel very good about houses this morning, but I’m especially happy for the transgender people who call Massachusetts home.

  4. So much wisdom in the photos. No bully zone is very good one.

  5. Sometimes I wonder if we’re ever ready….

  6. Good thing you live near Boston-so you can rhyme about your house with a cella,. LOL

  7. Those are terrific lyrics! And, what a long list of roles. You are on a role roll!

  8. Promising lyrics

  9. I think that Tuesday’s results gave us a chance to infuse our hopefulness bucket! Your lyrics are great, Ann. 🙂

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