Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Wanderlust



No more roaming feet
to take me around the world.
Taste buds travel now.


For all the obligations around me today, my feet might as well be cemented here. Any wandering I do is at authentic ethnic restaurants or courtesy of our Chinese/Portuguese "relatives." Tasty, for sure. But no passport stamps to show where I go.
Travel with the One Single Impression poets.

9 comments:

CrAzY Working Mom said...

Man, that looks good. Now I'm hungry. *sigh*

Happy New Year, my friend!

Michele R said...

I love your haiku today. I really love the new pic of the kids on top!

Jim said...

Patois, when I came here I was expecting the Christmas break to trigger the wanderlust for your little family. I like where your taste buds are leading. That food looks soooooo good.
I have enjoyed the outings you guys have had. Remember I didn't make it to the Grand Canyon either?

I like your family Christmas picture. Thanks for putting it up there.

HAPPY NEW YEAR! :-)
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The Write Girl said...

Quite delicious and a lovely take on wanderlust!!

Tammie Lee said...

maybe you can have a journal to write down the amazing restaurants you eat at, like a passport. Unique take on wanderlust, I enjoyed it.

Loch Rob said...

For me, tasting all the wonderful foods around the world is one of the few joys of business travel. How easy to take this trip from your own kitchen. :)

Tumblewords: said...

A delightful wanderlust! Happy New Year!

gabrielle said...

Senses come alive in the kitchen!
What a wonderful way to savor the world. Happy New Year!

SandyCarlson said...

That looks delicious. An interesting way to travel. And satisfying!

Happy New Year.

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