Friday, December 3, 2010

Wonderfully Weird

My great granddaughter, Kaylee is on her way.
My granddaughter, Valerie is ten centimeters
and ready to push. How do I know,Valerie told
me so. She sends me a text message at two
centimeters, then five and again at ten. She
keeps me informed of her labor progress
and lets me know it’s time to push. These
are incredible times now. I live in Florida,
my granddaughter lives in Tennessee.
I feel I am right there with her. What
a wonderfully weird world we live in.

(Another poem from Poets United prompt "Weird")


Sherry Blue Sky said...

Isnt it cool? Who ever would have thought, back in the day of writing letters, that technology would come so far? Hope you post photos of the new little voyager!

Paul Andrew Russell said...

Technology really is amazing, isn't it?

Eileen T O'Neill ..... said...

the weird and wonderful world of technology!!!

Good luck, Eileen:)

Ellen aka Ella said...

It is amazing and unusually, but what a gift technology is~
How exciting!

Diane T said...

Welcome Kaylee. You are so lucky to born, as my great niece was on November 30th!

Tilly Bud said...

Weird, but amazing :)

Mary said...

An example of how SOME weird things CAN be gifts in our lives.