Comedy: October 28, 2020 Issue [#10432]
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 This week: Getting back to the Southern Comfort
  Edited by: Wicked Ẃitch of the Web
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The love rug? Not what you think. Well that depends. It could be what you think if you’re as warped and as busy a witch in October as this witch is!

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Letter from the editor

Getting back to the Southern Comfort No, the title does not refer to the liquor, it refers to my packing and traveling South to my Southern Comfort zone-home. Yes, folks, it’s fall, and the leaves in New England reached their peak and have turned from rusty, muted shades, to a brownish end of the glory-line color. Some are actually beginning to crunch. This means darker, drearier days ahead. I actually could sniff a bit of potential snow in the air. It has a fragrance that precedes the actual snow storm. It’s like a pre-warning of nasty times ahead.

Don’t get me wrong, I love the first snowfall. I love the beauty of a blanket of crisp, white covering upon the ground. I don’t like slip-sliding when the snow melts a bit and then freezes over night. As the owner of 2 replaced hips, I cannot imagine the pain of slipping on ice and falling onto some titanium implanted within my body. Ouch! And what happens if somehow the metal itself twists in a way that looks quite unnatural when I attempt to go from horizontal to vertical? No, let’s face it, walking around with one leg facing forward and the other facing back means I get no place fast. And I, the actual attempting-walker won’t know whether I’m coming or going.

So, you see, Florida is more of a preventative medical care. Why? Because I’m a klutz! Yup, that’s right, I admit it. I can trip over my own feet walking into the kitchen because my skid-proof flipflops have a pull-back reaction to a rubber mat. Hmm, rubber to rubber? Perhaps it’s mat to footwear love. Yes, that must be it. That picture perfect rectangle of supposed foot saving comfort while standing in one place for hours is actually a beautiful potential mate to my footwear. After all, the two of them have spent a lot of time together because I love to cook and that requires a long time on my feet standing in one place, mostly. More like the three of them since I do have 2 feet and one comfort mat. That would be a irubbernage a tois! I don’t think I like that kind of stuff going on in my house. I absolutely refuse to have my mat and shoes have more fun than me in my own home! Besides, why choose a mat – it just lays there!

Oh, what adventures lie ahead with this trip. I’m sure it will work its way into the next Comedy Newsletter. It’ll probably be written poolside, in the warm breezes, as palm fronds sway and birds sing, because they don’t deal with cold winters either. I am that tree, those birds. Yes, I am WebWitch and I need me some Florida fun in the sun with both my feet facing in the same direction while navigating the sandy beaches. And that’s a good thing! With my legs and feet all twisted around had I spent winter up North and fallen on ice as described above, those sharks off the shore might think I’m some delicious sea creature to be had for lunch. I’m no fin of that!

Yes, folks, I’m hitting the road to Florida. The next time we meet, I’ll be reporting from my Southern Command Center. I’ll be super tan by then, too! *Ha* Plus, I’ll be celebrating a witch’s favorite night – Halloween. I was going to dress-up, but decided I’m more convincing going as myself. *Witch*

Until next time – laugh hard, laugh often! And, watch out for those rubber mats.

Have a safe and fun Halloween! And if you haven't already, don’t forget to enter a WDC member’s festive Handle over at "The Witch's Garden Merit Badges to be given out weekly until Halloween. *Witchlegs1*

Gifted by Kiyasama

Editor's Picks

I'm a Ghost, Buster  (18+)
The prospect of death always terrified me. Until NOW! T-1st Dialog 500 Oct.'15
#2061085 by Undeadable Ink

A Pumpkin's Halloween Plight  (13+)
A Jack-O-Lantern has a discussion with a pumpkin and a word of warning about nutmeg.
#2098534 by SB Musing

 Knock-Knock, Woo's There?  (13+)
A brief conversation with a lexically-challenged ghost. Dialogue only.
#2060642 by BD Mitchell

"Born before the Midnight Bell Tolls"  (18+)
A Brief Comedy of Horror
#1330562 by Wicked Ẃitch of the Web

The Aging Thing  (13+)
Written for a prompt given by Ann (best4writing) the day after my birthday.
#2063599 by Patrece ~

Hey, I'm Just a Few Guys!  (13+)
Written for Acme's Comedy Scream Halloween.:Day 2
#1480160 by Wicked Ẃitch of the Web

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This witch is taking her broom on the road. I will catch-up with any comments from last month's newsletter. Also, I'll have some new traveling experiences to share with my readers!

Have a simply Mahhhhhvelous Halloween!

See you next time ... *Wind**Wind**Witch*

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