ABE JACOB GRANDMA JULIE HENRY JEREMY GRANDPA JEFF BEN
Grandma and Grandpa's 50th Anniversary Bash
Santa Ana, CA
Being the littlest of this motley crew
I get away with most all I do
My cute white smile
And innocent style
If I'm not your favorite, then who?
The avocado tree -- an endearing lore
The backdrop for photos we all adore
In season - the fruit
provides us with loot
As we go sell door-to-door.
Grandma's house is where we play
We're spoiled rotten when we stay
When Hank grandma shouts
There's surely no doubts
Grandpa's teeth are not in today.
No one knows what Grandpa will find
When he follows a garage sale sign
These recycled toys
Are fun for us boys
But new toys are funner - just to remind.
The first Californian from the start
I filled your walls with Crayola Art
I changed your name
Nanny it became
Has that won a place in your heart?
Parabolas, equations and mx + b
Authors, essays and new books for me
Grandparents so bright
Keep homework loads lite
And can't beat the price -- it's for free.
As oldest I pass along gratitude
For your continuous generous attitude
But our trip for this year
Should not be so near
Let's try a southern most latitude.