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The Screen Door

Our grandkids came to visit With their parents - what a treat! We laughed, played games, took walks, explored - The package was complete. Of course, there had to be a few Small snags along the way, Including some enthusiasm With a price to pay. The sliding screen door to the porch Took quite a bruising blow When someone ran right into it - That’s how things sometimes go. We didn’t make too big a deal - Thought it could be replaced - For home repair skills aren’t assets That we have embraced. But to the rescue came our friend - More handy than we knew - Who, with a borrowed tool and patience, Saw just what to do. Some fiddling around and then, Voila! Our door’s repaired. A lovely end result for which We weren’t quite prepared. How lucky to have friends like that But luckier by far To have the grandkids visit, As rambunctious as they are.

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Date: 9/7/2021 11:12:00 AM
Better a screen door than a patio door! Reminds me of a song from the 50s, "Memories are made of this!" . . . . .
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