One Unforeseen Consequence of Going Home for Lunch

As a result of performing it a number of times with vigorous and carefully executed gesticulations at the kitchen table, the "Come with Me and Count to Ten" nursery jingle is now sauntering around in my head.
1, 2, 3, four, FIVE!

6, 7, eight, NINE!

Come with me and count to TEN!
To the tune of "La Cucaracha!"

If this melody is now plaguing accompanying you for the rest of the afternoon, well, then, my work here is done.
Hope Elisabeth
February 17, 2010


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