Me: I’m going to give you a letter and you tell me the first word that comes to mind. It needs to start with the letter.
Me: The letter B.
Me: The first word you think of when I say the letter B is bitch?
Scott: Guess so.
Me: Give me another word – B.
Me: Bubble? Like gum?
Scott: I was thinking like a bunch of bubbles.
Me: Soap bubbles?
Scott: I guess.
Me: I wonder what a psychologist would say about your answers. Bitch and bubble.
I thought about the letter B today.
The first word that popped in my head was Burton – my last name. But I’ve written about Burton. We are not related to Burton Snowboards but I do buy Burton apparel because it’s fun to share a last name with a brand. It’s also fun to pretend I know how to snowboard.
The letter B.
Boy. Never had one.
Balls. Never had those either.
Book. Well, I am going to be in an anthology in May.
But Did You Die? That’s the name of the book. Also a B.
Barnes and Noble. You can BUY my BOOK at BARNES AND NOBLE. It’s called BUT DID YOU DIE? Co-authored BY Julie BURTON.
By-line. By Julie Burton. AH!
Baker’s dozen. I think I’m hungry.
Baby. Nope. Done.
Belly. The baker’s dozen gave me a belly but not a baby belly.
Birth. Witch hazel pads. Nope.
Bed. Scott’s snoring now.
Banging on my keys. How does he sleep through this.
Bromance. Well, that’s not right.
Beautiful. Scott is dreaming about his beautiful wife. There. Better.
Bubble baths. He’s such a romantic.
Bitch. Yes, I know what he said first.
Body. Scott has a killer body.
Bread. Scott doesn’t eat a baker’s dozen.
Baskin Robbins. Why do I do this to myself.
Baking. Stop it.
Brain. You guys, this is exactly how I think.
Blanket. Good night, letter B. You’re in the books.
Baby Got Back. Oh, no. It’s stuck in my head.
Buns. My anaconda don’t want none unless you got buns, hun.
Baker’s dozen! It all works out in the end.