Herb’s blog, Herbdate 22111-682:
This week’s award goes to a blog that was just started because of Covid-19 and lockdown and self-isolation, so it hasn’t been around as long as some of the others I have done, but I just really like this one. A. J. McGregor is an English Teacher and a published author of children’s poetry. On her blog, she posts one of her original poems a day. They are, as all good children’s literature seems to me to be, deceptively simple but often carrying an underlying message that is good for any age. I recommend that you check out The Lonely Meatball and give her a follow. A worthwhile couple of minutes each day that will make you smile and maybe even think, sometimes.
Now, my mind often goes down rabbit trails and as I was reading through several pages of her blog I ran across the titular poem, called, oddly enough, The Lonely Meatball. A clever little piece about the last meatball on someone’s plate. This got me to thinking about an old Abbott & Costello radio show where Frank Sinatra is a guest star. At the end of the show, Frank and Lou sing the song “One Meatball.” I don’t know exactly why it did that, but, well, you know how minds are. Anyway, I think if you give The Lonely Meatball blog a try it will be a treat to yourself.
Of course (obviously?), she can do anything or nothing at all as she wants to with this award, there are no strings attached, no questions to answer, no linkbacks to make or other blogs to tag, but simply, I am offering the “Herb likes this blog and would like to have coffee with this blogger sometime,” award to A. J. McGregor at The Lonely Meatball.