G is for Gloves

image with senryu, my black cat Midnight and fingerless gloves I reviewed

image with senryu, my black cat Midnight and fingerless gloves I reviewedgauge generous gift
gabbling guff on grape gloves
genuine gander

senryu by M. LaFreniere, all rights reserved

so day 7 in the A to Z challenge.  I’m still doing all letter thing although the “on” slipped by.

G is a weird letter

G is a weird letter.  filled with tons of negative words on talk talk like: “gabble, gibber, gab, garrulous, gag, gibe, glib, gloat”

Not “talk talk” related but also other fun but not so nice g words: “gaga, gaffe, galoot, gauche, gawk, gaudy, garish, gangly”

I really wanted to use gallinipper (a large insect like a mosquito that can inflict a painful bite) or gam (school of whales). Those are both new words for me but I couldn’t come up with anything.

Glove review

The impetus for the glove senryu was that Literary Book Gifts offered to send me a pair of writer’s gloves in return for a review which I put up on cactus catz here. I agreed. Midnight my black cat helped me out with my first review.  I liked the gloves and finished the review with

#AtoZChallenge 2019 Tenth Anniversary badge“The thing about the gloves is that I didn’t know I needed them until I got them. I always found gloves useless for typing as they make my fingers fatter so I hit the wrong letters all the time. In regular gloves, my typos become epic. So if my hands were cold, I either toughed it out or wrapped it around a cup of hot coffee to warm them up before going back to typing. Now I can wear these fingerless gloves in winter to warm my freezing hands when I stay up late typing. These will be perfect then.”

Now if only someone would offer me an RV in exchange for a review, I’d be a happy camper.  Yeah, I know … but I can dream.  It’s the only way I can think of to travel with the cats.

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