A letter A week The letter U

Deb, over at Nope, Not Pam, has this weekly challenge called A Letter a Week where she gives us a place, an emotion, an adjective, a verb, and an animal all starting with the same letter. Then she asks us to write a post using those items and the letter she has given us, which this week is the letter U.

Here are Deb’s U-words:

Place – Universe
Emotion – Uncomfortable
Adjective – Unadorned
Verb – Unnerve

Animal – Umbrella Bird

The umbrella bird looked very uncomfortable.

His friend the parrot sat beside him on the tree.

You look a little unnerved, he said to the umbrella bird.

That’s because I am, the umbrella bird said

I’d rather be anywhere in the universe right now, besides sitting in this tree.

I tell you what, the parrot said, cheerfully, lets go grab a bite to eat.

Ok, the umbrella bird said flying off the branch.

I’m a very unadorned kind of bird, so lets make a picnic and eat it in the woods.

And that is just what they did.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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