My Word of the Month poem for July

Hi everyone,

Just so you know I’m not goo foffing ALL the time, here’s my goo foffering for July.

Hanging a Picture
by David L. Harrison

(1st voice)
Where do you want it?
(2nd voice)
Hold it up.
(1st voice)
It weights a ton!
(2nd voice)
I’m sorry dear.
(1st voice)
Hurry!
(2nd voice)
Honey that’s just right.
I think it’s perfect, darling.
(1st voice)
Here?
Put your finger on this spot.
(2nd voice)
Got it.
Wait,
I lost it dear.
(1st voice)
I’m going to get a hernia here.
(2nd voice)
Okay this time I think I got it.
(1st voice)
Man oh man I’m glad that’s done!

(2nd voice)
Hmmm.
(1st voice)
Hmmm?
(2nd voice)
I’m sorry, Hon,
I must have moved my finger some.
It’s off a shade.
(1st voice)
A shade? A shade?
What’s a shade?
(2nd voice)
It’s just a hair.
(1st voice)
A shade? A hair?
Well I don’t care.
I’m out of here!
(2nd voice)
He’s such a bear.

The Word of the Month word for July is . . .

Hi everyone,

You may have heard that I’m out for a while goo foffing. But lest you think I’m derelict in my duties, here’s my pick from your grand suggestions to keep us writing during July. The word is SHADE. So be cool and share the results.

And stand by to see many other words from the list in months to come. Waste not, want not!

David