Have you heard of the lizard whose name is Liz.
Classiest lizard in the desert she is.
With pearls and diamonds and sparkly pink nails
She daydreams often of being in show biz.
She practices rhymes and humorous lines
as if she was preparing for an audition or pop quiz.
Nailing them every time – she surely is a wiz.
She’s a modern-day lizard, so be sure to call her Ms.
Yes indeed, Ms. Liz
Cheers & Hugs,
PS Liz the Lizard was made especially for a friend’s grandaughter, who loves Klaus the Mouse – my very first published illustrated children’s book. Granpap asked if I could make an Alex the Alligator and a Liz the Lizard for his two special little grandies. I hope they all enjoy these two characters as much as I enjoyed creating them.
In a swamp near the equator,
lived Alex the alligator.
Alex liked to jump and kick.
Doing fancy tricks
was part of his famous schtick.
Alex was often the very first pick
because he was so doggone slick
in the eyes and hearts of the alligator chicks.
For not many gators could be so quick
doing fancy acrobatics
and even arithmetic!
So if you ever find yourself near the equator
and see a slick jumping and kicking gator,
Say Hi to Alex…
Alex the Alligator.
Cheers & Hugs,
PS Alex the Alligator was made especially for a friend’s grandson, who loves Klaus the Mouse – my very first published illustrated children’s book. Granpap asked if I could make an Alex the Alligator and a Liz the Lizard for his two special little grandies. This is going to be a surprise for him. I can’t wait to create Liz next.
There are some that believe the fuchsia flower symbolizes overflowing abundance. Looking at the abundantly-blooming baskets hanging on my front porch, I couldn’t help but be inspired to feel the overflowing abundance life has to offer. I hope you will think about it… if only for this moment…. and choose to live a life of overflowing abundance. Abundance because you choose to love and laugh and give and receive and work and play abundantly.