Monday, April 11, 2011

I...

I is for itsy. You know, itsy bitsy.

Don't know? Okay, I'll use it in a sentence.

I could eat an itsy piece of cake, but I choose to eat a colossal hunk instead. (YES, I do think of food all the time.)

Itsy has to do with writing, too.

The itsy bitsy spider was a favorite rhyme/song from my childhood and someone wrote it. (Didn't possibly see how I could make that work, did ya?)

Or how about this: Writers that write even itsy amounts every day, will finish a book in time.

I'm on a roll:

It takes longer to write a sentence containing itsy words, so it stands to reason if I'm writing a book with itsy words, it will be quite a while before I'm finished.

She bows.

23 comments:

  1. You are so funny Robyn! And it is an itsy bitsy spider, not an eensy weensy one. (It was a loooooong time ago.)

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  2. Ahahahahahaha! I am really really Impressed with the Imaginative way you Included the word Itsy Into your Intriguing post!

    And, like you, I couldn't possibly eat only an itsy piece of cake. It has to be a huge hunk!
    Judy (South Africa)

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  3. A colossal hunk of cake sounds good to me. I just wish my stomach virus would go away!

    You're right that I have to write a little something each day. It will all add up!

    Hope you're feeling better today Robyn!

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  4. LOL Every little helps, as they say!

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  5. Love that, especially the last one.

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  6. What no yellow polka dot bikini?

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  7. Ha ha ha ha ha! As long as we aren't talking itsy cups of coffee or itsy bites of chocolate, I'm good.

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  8. I love your site and as I browsed your blog I decided to award you the Powerful Woman Writer Award.
    Go to http://astorybookworld.blogspot.com/p/awards.html and pick up your award.
    ~Deirdra

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  9. what a creative i post. who would've thought of itsy? :) glad to have met you through the a-z!
    nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  10. I love itsy bitsy spider too!

    Yes, even baby steps can cross miles.

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  11. Hey Robyn ~~ a refreshing presentation of the letter I ... most enjoyable ... :)
    Just popping in from the A~Z Challenge ~ nice to meet you .

    ~MICHELLE~
    http://writer-in-transit.co.za/category/other/rambles-rants-and-raves/

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  12. You've given me a new appreciation of the word "itsy."

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  13. Love this - you are so funny! Funny, when I think of "itsy", I actually do think of food. As in, an itsy bitsy piece ...

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  14. hehe awesome I word for the challenge :)

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  15. Very original post for the letter I! My writing amount per day is definitely in the itsy range lately :)

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  16. Oh my, Robyn, you are so funny! I love your posts. I'm now a follower.

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  17. Incredible use of itsy. I'm humming the nursery rhyme.

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  18. This one had me almost laughing out loud (I had to contain myself because others are asleep in here). I love this post. You out did yourself this time.

    Love it, have a great week!

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  19. Every step is progress--thanks for the reminder! ;)

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