T is for Touch

SCAN0043And yes, that is a cookie’s tongue stuck on that frozen glass. Uh huh, I think it’s weird too!

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About sherijkennedyriverside

Left brain, right brain, I can't decide. After many years of successful visual arts pursuits, I'm working on my other creative inclinations. For the past 8 years, writing has been my second full time job, and it's worth every sleepless night. Sheri J. Kennedy grew up mostly a city-girl coasthopping from Seattle to rural Pennsylvania, Miami and back to Seattle. She currently resides on the banks of the Snoqualmie River in the scenic Cascade Mountains. Her heart has found its home.
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4 Responses to T is for Touch

  1. It took me a while to spot the cookie. How incredibly peculiar.

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    • Someone’s idea of an ad. I’d have to say it put me off wanting a cookie when I saw it, but it made for an interesting artistic image. Then the pug fit atop it just perfectly and took the creepy edge off the cookie enough for me to laugh at it. Weird!

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      • In addition to the oddness of the cookie, I think that one of the reasons I couldn’t see it was my rather British understanding of our shared language. A cookie, for me, isn’t the same as what a cookie is to you.

        The pug also totally messed up my sense of perspective.

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        • I didn’t know there was a Brit/American gap on that one. I’m usually good at those. Now I know! So do you use it like the Scots for a plain bun? I do know crunchier treats that I would call cookies are often called biscuits in Britain, but I thought that was just the rather plain ones. I didn’t realize it went for things like chocolate chip ones or Oreos. Or is there yet another term I’m missing?

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