Monday, September 14, 2009

Happy Anniversary from A Daily Foodie Haiku

Today is my 11th wedding anniversary. Love is lovelier the second time around, and it is a day to celebrate. My bride and I are off to romantic Branson, MO for a much needed little break in our lives. I will be celebrating tonight with a dinner/dance cruise and need all my energy for the things that you young people imagine young (at heart) lovers can accomplish once a year.

So, no blog posting from me today, but I had a blogging buddy volunteer to be a guest blogger.

A DAILY FOODIE HAIKU has volunteered to write a poem to give me some much needed rest. Daily Foodie is new to the blogging world (two months), but has been steadily building a very impressive batch of poems, all related to our hobby. Click HERE to take a look at his growing (hasn't missed a day since he started) body of work, and honor his commitment.

So, thanks Daily, and come back again tomorrow for another guest blogger...

From A Daily Foodie Haiku... On the surface, a Haiku poem is very simple, 3 lines, 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the second and 5 again in the third. But in that short space, a picture should be told. The poem should take you on a journey. Often, a surprise juxtaposition ending, or at the least, a story is told, with a beginning, middle and end. Thanks Dave, have fun on your special day, and thanks for letting me share my hobby..

He Loves BBQ

And Backyard Entertaining -

I want an Invite


  1. Happy wedding anniversary!

  2. Happy anniversary!

    I've really enjoyed checking out your blog - I will be back :)

  3. Thanks for visiting our blog! Happy anniversary to you and your wife!

  4. On your special day,
    Happy Anniversary!
    Getaway awaits.

  5. Happy Anniversary! Thanks so much for visiting my blog as I now know where to get grilling lessons! My hubby and I are definitely NOT the grill masters so I am very excited to dig into your blog :)

  6. Happy Anniversary!

    Chris - you did a great job! so, are you gonna leave dinner for the happy hubby and wife so they don't have to cook when they get home?