Wednesday, March 16, 2011

I...Ink...ABC Wednesday




ABC Wednesday


My first ABC Wednesday challenge, (thankyou Mrs Nesbitt and team for hosting) and I've come in on the letter I.

I'm an Insomniac, and last night I was thinking about being Indoors at school when I was an Infant. I was the Ink monitor and filled the Inkwells each day and went home with Inky fingers; it was Impossibly Ingrained. My preferred colour was Indigo blue from India.

The only bottle of Ink I could find in the house.
My Impertinent friend Ivan Insisted on Inserting the nib from his pen In-between the desks and splattering blue droplets Inventively over his Incredibly beautiful Illustrated books  -  Ill-tempered Individual!  This would Incur the wrath of our Informative teacher who was Irritated by Inventive Ivan's Insane outburst.

Our Inspired teacher tried to Instill a sense of wonder in learning. I think he was under the Illusion that everyone was Interested in not being Illiterate. He thought this was very Important! He Insisted the letter I was vital for us to learn, but it's not very Interesting, just being a simple stick.  I hope the Italians would Include some Illuminated manuscripts in their museums to keep me Intrigued in this Insubstantial letter.

We also learnt about Inches and Inchworms before the Introduction of Metrics. These lessons were very Informative.

I think I'm getting a bit Intense and It's possibly unwise to let my Imagination run on any further because you might become Impatient with my Insistence that I Is a vital Ingredient in our alphabet.   I would then be Irrationally and Impossibly Inconsolable.

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17 comments:

Rosy said...

You gave me a giggle with an Illuminated smile almost! ha ha ha

Enjoy your I post very much and thank you for visiting my blog. :)

Pranavam Ravikumar a.k.a. Kochuravi said...

Nice.. Thanks for posting.

mrsnesbitt said...

Hi and welcome to the exciting world of ABC Wednesday - now you will be walking about for the rest of this next week looking for "j" examples in the world around you - I assure you! A great first post too - looking forward to reading further contributions from you Thanks again
Denise
ABC Team

Roger Owen Green said...

I associate ink with old-time writing as well as art. Welcome.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

sue said...

Rosy, pleased to make you smile :)
Kochuravi, thankyou.
MrsNesbitt; a bit of a hazard I suspect! I've already begun - drat ;)
ROG, those dip pens were such messy things until you got the hang of them properly. I don't think I ever mastered them.

Berowne said...

Always glad to come across an entertaining, literate blog.

Spadoman said...

You, Irrationally and Impossibly Inconsolable?
Impossible!

Ipeace

chubskulit said...

Such interesting take on I.

Invent and Create is my ABC, please come and see.

Miss Becky said...

Sue, you continue to amaze me. you're simply the best.

Joy said...

Gosh that ink monitor story brought back some memories. What fun. Although I never rose as high as ink monitor (with good reason) only pencils. I now almost feel like rushing out to buy a bottle of ink, I have the nibs:-)
Welcome aboard ABC Wednesday.

Shady Gardener said...

Cute, cute, cute! I'm ready to do something More with the letter "I," too! :-)

Thanks for visiting my site recently!

marina said...

a really funny post!
Indeed!

Rambling Round said...

I Injoyed (sp) It Immensely!

Jay at The Depp Effect said...

Fun post!! Many many 'i's, of all kinds, in there!

I was ink monitor once too, and didn't that old school ink smell funny!

Meryl said...

Oh how wonderful. This is my first time too! Great post. I look forward to more.


Meryl
http://departingthetext.blogspot.com

Sara Chapman said...

Ha ha ha. Interesting, informative and insightful.

sue said...

Berowne, thankyou :)
Spadoman, hahaha - touche!
Chuskuliit, thanks
Becky, I'm enjoying playing, and exploring new types of writing. sometimes - no, often - I'm amazed by what gurgles out of my brain.
Joy, My husband was also a bit envious of my elevated status as an ink monitor! I don't have nibs only ink, perhaps we could share?
Shady G, You don't think I overdid it?
Marina, glad you found it funny
Rambling Round hehehe, good one!
Jay, all these ink monitors coming out of the woodwork! funny, I don't remember the smell, just the mess.
Meryl, It's always good to try new things, this one is fun isn't it!
Sara, hehehe, We're on a roll here!