you make me happy when skies are grey

Woke up to a beautiful sunshine this morning. It doesn’t matter what happens in the day if I wake up and see a beautiful sunrise, I’m happy. It’s just so pretty.

Remember when I posted about Movember? How are your faces growing? Good? Nasty? I hope you’ve got those babies groomed cause this Mo Sista is a JUDGE at the Toronto Movember Gala at the Kool Haus. Starts at 8pm, be there and find me if you want to win a prizey-prize.

One of my Tweeps Gregory Alan Elliott told me he left a poem for me somewhere downtown and if I found it I win a  prize. Is this it? Did i find it? Ooooh me loves prizes!

I’ve written lots of poems. Did you know that when I was 16 I wrote and published an Anthology of Poetry and prose called JEANS [sorry it’s not online anywhere yet, I was still a book/pen/pencil girl]. A friend and I started a publishing company and then won young entrepreneur of my city. Fancy that! This is one of my most favorites, I wrote it at 7am walking along Bondi Beach in 2004. Enjoy & have a wonderful day!

As the waves crashed on the shore
the wind washed them away
And was I walked along the sand
I felt I could not stray
For I was walking towards the sun
And it was a brand new day
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5 Comments

  1. stealingkitty
    November 26, 2009 / 7:55 am

    I love that poem. It makes me smile. You make living in Toronto so very fabulous. I needed the smile today Casie. Thank you. First holiday as my teen is off to become all she can be with her dad. Growing up and all that jazz. Harder for the parent than the child methinks. I need a prize. Prizes make me smile so I will think of this blog as my prize. Enjoy your day Ms. Casie and thank you for a wonderful start to mine.

  2. November 26, 2009 / 8:35 am

    Thank you. I think it is harder for the parents. I had a few hard years juggling holidays between parents. Now that us kids are a bit older and my parents have moved on to their own relationships, they are both happy, it's easier for us all. Thinking of you and wishing you an awesome Thanksgiving baby. MUAH!

  3. stealingkitty
    November 26, 2009 / 2:55 pm

    I love that poem. It makes me smile. You make living in Toronto so very fabulous. I needed the smile today Casie. Thank you. First holiday as my teen is off to become all she can be with her dad. Growing up and all that jazz. Harder for the parent than the child methinks. I need a prize. Prizes make me smile so I will think of this blog as my prize. Enjoy your day Ms. Casie and thank you for a wonderful start to mine.

  4. November 26, 2009 / 3:35 pm

    Thank you. I think it is harder for the parents. I had a few hard years juggling holidays between parents. Now that us kids are a bit older and my parents have moved on to their own relationships, they are both happy, it's easier for us all. Thinking of you and wishing you an awesome Thanksgiving baby. MUAH!

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