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Starting The New Year On The Right Foot

I don’t usually make New Year’s Resolutions, but things have been so difficult lately, what with my sock disappearing, that I had to do something.

What’s been going on can be summed up in two words: major chaos. Why, I turned my life upside down to search for my sock.

First, I tried calling for it by name: “Come here, Little Sock, come along now.” When that didn’t work out, I triple-checked the laundry room and took everything off the bed.

I was running out of places to look and then … an idea popped into my head. I decided to empty out my sock drawer.

In the process, I found it, a little rumpled, a little wrinkled, looking like it had just woken up. It wondered what all the fuss was about.

What a relief for its mate…as well as the entire sock community.

As for me, I feel grateful to be starting the New Year on the right foot.




I am a rather obscure 14th C. poet, whose work has been translated into over thirty dialects of gibberish. I now spend my days translating from the gibberish into English and back again, as need be.

4 thoughts on “Starting The New Year On The Right Foot

  1. Welcome back to the fold (the folded laundry, that is), Oh, missing sock. Smart Sock that it is, with a Ph.D. logo, it probably was snuggling down in the drawer for winter hibernation.


  2. Okay Eva–you found your sock but I have yet to find my wrapping paper and Christmas cards and Kennedy ate the missing box of chocolates that I didn’t even know was missing and. . . . .hey, my bobble-head alligator pen and the. . . . .

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