HomeWorking Holiday Fantasy

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If you are a busy mom, I wrote this poem for you.

I wish you everything you are wishing for throughout this holiday season and the new year!

HomeWorking Holiday Fantasy – A Poem For HomeWorking Moms

T’was the holiday season and all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, except Mom and her mouse;
Dirty stockings to wash piled by the chimney without care,
In hopes that some help soon would be there;

The children were nestled all snug in their beds,
While holiday visions danced in their heads;
With Mom at computer and baby in lap
Who had just settled down for an afternoon nap,

When out in the kitchen there arose such a clatter,
Mom left her computer to see what was the matter.
Away to the kitchen she flew like a flash,
“Don’t wake the kids,” she pleaded, “I need the cash!”

The dishes in the sink and Cheerios below
Gave the feeling of guilt every mother does know.
When, what to her wondering eyes should appear,
But a guy dressed like Santa who was calling her “dear”.

With a sponge and a vacuum, he was lively and quick
So excited was she, she feared she’d be sick.
More rapid than eagles, with no hint of blame,
He whistled, and shouted and called out the game;

“Now, dishes, now wash, now under the table
The bathroom, the playroom, I’ll do what I’m able!
To the top of the windows! to the top of the wall
I’ll do the whole house – just clean it all!”

His eyes — how they twinkled! His dimples were fun!
Mom knew she was grateful — but he wasn’t done.
He looked at her desk and the work piled there
And he turned to her computer and began to stare.

He spoke not a word but went straight to his work
He completed her projects and turned with a jerk,
And laying his finger aside of his head,
He winked at Mom and sent her to bed.

What good fortune, everything was done!
Mom actually had time for some rest and some fun!
And she heard him exclaim as he turned out the light,
“Happy Holidays, Mom, may your New Year be
bright!”

With love and happy holiday wishes,
Georganne
HomeWorkingMom.com


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