Several years ago, I wrote some poetry on a course I attended. Nothing serious, just having a bash. I’ve posted some of them before. This time, I thought I would share with you a limerick, which I hope will both amuse and entertain. And don’t worry, this composition is family friendly.
As a note of explanation, the village of Hawarden is situated near where I live, in North Wales. The name is pronounced “harden”, to rhyme with “garden”. It’s a nice place. Here is my poetic tribute:
Hope you’re all having a great Easter break. With plenty of chocolate and not much DIY.
To celebrate, here’s a picture of an Easter Egg I “helped” my three year old daughter make for a competition in school. As you can see, it’s one of the Minions from Despicable Me (which she’s a big fan of).
It was great fun getting creative and making this egg. It’s a ceramic egg that can be bought from a supermarket, along with suitable paints. I sketched the design first, then painted it, and finally used a Sharpie to give the detail. The hard part was coming up with the idea in the first place!
We think he looks pretty cool – hope you like him.