#SoCS for 7/14/18 ~ Three Letter Word

You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell.

It’s time once again for #SoCS and Linda gave us this prompt:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “3-letter word.” Start your post with any 3-letter word. Bonus points if you end with one too. Enjoy!

That means the sky is the limit.  No boundaries.  No prohibitions. All work and no play makes Jill a dull girl.

My thoughts are a popping just like corn in a kettle. I can’t even land the plane.

Brrrrrr.  Brrrrr.  Brrrrr.

No I am not cold, that is the sound a plane makes.

What the what?  She’s gone bonkers. Uh ya she did.

You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell.

This is SOCS y’all and have an ear worm.  A 1970 something Anita Ward ditty.  I used to love to watch Soul Train.  From my earliest memory I loved dance.  I can’t dance but I don’t care.  I shimmy shake it and car seat groove as often as I can. Daily in fact.

My new fave show to watch is World of Dance.  I’m all Kelly Clarkson ants in her pants every time the show comes on.  No Kelly isn’t a judge.  J-Lo, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough are the judges but Kelly and me, we be jammin.  Lol.  Or at least that is what I imagine cuz she has to watch the show too.  I cannot even sit still y’all. And I am going for those bonus points.  Almost in the bag.

You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell.

Now without further ado, look one sentence and two paragraphs up and check out the video.

Then if you’d like to join this merry band of prompt respondents and see their works extraordinaire here are the rules and ping back. 

Now I am Fin!

13 thoughts on “#SoCS for 7/14/18 ~ Three Letter Word

  1. Did you know “Ring My Bell” was written as a kid’s song? Thus saith Wikipedia: “”Ring My Bell” is a 1979 disco song by Anita Ward. It was originally written for then eleven-year-old Stacy Lattisaw, as a teenybopper song about kids talking on the telephone.” Weird, huh?

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    1. It was the last song on my car radio before getting home. Then all evening I bugged my family singing that one line over and over. Even this morning I’ve got a few last lines to get out.

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