Marilyn Lott

(5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Vacation Memories


It is such fun to look back
To vacations we’ve had in the past
A different time and circumstance
But then nothing ever lasts

Children still at home before
Moving on with their lives
Younger are the pictures of
The husband and the wife

A little boy on top of the world
Looking down with newfound eyes
Everything exciting to him
As he awaits each new surprise

Experiencing and exploring
A different part of the country
A place we’ve never seen before
Oh, it is so much fun to me

Plan your trip with deliberation
If you have children especially
So you can build a lifetime
Of vacation memories!

Submitted: Monday, May 18, 2009

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  • Nikunj Sharma (11/9/2009 3:48:00 AM)

    hey Marilyn

    you brought some picture perfect memories to me...though when I was young my parents didnt have a camera, but still I have some hazy memories of those olden days...You have really captured the essence and the feeling associatied with vacations......... nice write (Report) Reply

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