#SoCS for July 29th

Each week I wait in anticipation of Stream of Consciousness Saturday #SoCS.  Exercise for my mind.  All work week I think,think, think.  My job keeps me knee-deep in the rules and regulations.  For this reason, when I get a chance to roll with the flow, I relish the opportunity.  

Today’s prompt is limb

Silent B

Or Big B, my hubby and best friend

Saccharin makes me queasy

Wonder why we do not pronounce Climb with a short i and silent B

Just like we do with limb

Too many rules

But not today

I am out on a limb

What else?

Loss of life and limb

Ugh, work thoughts creep back in.  

Insurance. Distracted driving. Just say no! 

Which is sage advice

Come on flow, I know you are in their somewhere

Contracts and compensation

Can anyone be completely compensated for loss of life or limb?  

Hell no

Some things are priceless

Who decides the value of:

An arm or a leg?

A finger or a toe?

A wrist or an ankle?

There is a freaking chart somewhere!

B has been through the worker’s comp rodeo 3 times

Ugh!

Alas, this is going nowhere

That is all

Better luck next week

This lame attempt at free-form expression was brought to you by I tried but I got nuthin.

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If I may be so brazen as to recommend, click the link and see the awesomeness of blogladia where creative types share their #SoCS fodder.  It’s worth your time.  I promise.

As always, more to come.

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8 thoughts on “#SoCS for July 29th

  1. I was wondering about that silent B, too. Nobody actually says it, do they? Climb to me rhymes with lime, but it would be silly to call limb a lime. haha … a bunch of SOCS silliness, and I love trying to come up with something! 🙂

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