SoCS: poorly

Holy Moly, I had to rush by all the SoCS posts to get to the prompt without being tainted. OK holy is not an adverb.

Really? nope.

Merrily ….. I go about my day.

Actually, I seem to be drawing a blank today.

I confess I looked up adverb in the dictionary. I sort of know what it means but I was hoping it would give me some inspiration. I still only sort of know what it means.

Actually, holy could be an adverb for moly which is garlic. Garlic would keep vampires and bad dudes away if worn around the neck. Funnily enough it kept all dudes away from the wearer. Is it then an adverb? I confess, I don’t know.

I leave this post dejectedly.

Ha! I’m back. I had to headline my post and thought of ‘poorly’ as in; a poorly done post.  That’s what my mom used to say, “Are you feeling poorly?”

That’s opposed to healthy, not wealthy.

I wonder if this lack of inspiration has anything to do with the chocolate cake I made from cannabis butter yesterday. I’ve had this hankering for chocolate cake but I don’t eat eggs so I bought a cake mix, measured out a third so I wouldn’t have to make whole cake, ground up some flax-seed and strained it through a fine strainer.  I used my own cannabis butter in it and also added some to the icing.

It was delicious. I think I fell asleep on the couch around 11:00 and when I woke up James Cordon was ending. Went to bed, slept like the dead and didn’t wake up until 8:45!

Foggily? is that a word?  nope.  I’m ending this post wearily.

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Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “ends with -ly.” Start your post with any adverb that ends in “-ly.” Bonus points if you end with an adverb too. Have fun!

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