Word bumps:

Daily Post: Mouths Wide Shut: Bumps:                                                                                                              Are you a picky eater? No.

Yesterday I noticed some annoying bumps on the back of my hand.                                           My first instinct was to worry, incase it was warts.

This morning at breakfast, I looked, and the rash appeared less inflamed, it is healing. It’s probably just a result of something I’ve touched in the garden.

I said to my beloved,

‘Feel this, what do you think it is?’

‘Brail, “I Love You”, but it’s missing the comma.’

‘But I Love You, doesn’t have a comma.’

‘Then it says, “immensely and deeply”!’

How can one worry about a few bumps when they are interpreted like this?                              Words are more flavoursome than food!



31 thoughts on “Word bumps:

  1. Forestwoodfolkart

    What an awesome partner!!! As for the warts, it is interesting that although a virus, one can be convinced that will disappear with a magic trick. How awful for the girl with the blood on her leg. Did she eventually get rid of them?

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  2. Irene Waters 19 Writer Memoirist

    That was lovely although you had me back in childhood with an immense fear of warts. We were petrified because the girl behind us had lots on her legs and whenever they bled she got another lot along the line the blood had travelled. I only ever got one and my father cured it with a bit of magic.

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    1. bkpyett Post author

      Yes, I remember being frightened of getting warts at primary school. One remedy was putting dandelion juice on them. Fair bit of hocus pocus about too. Warts could disappear!



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