WBD witch

Not me. It’s Winnie to the Rescue, which is two stories; Itchy Witchy and Winnie’s Book Day (clever use of the letters WBD).

Soon after I joined Facebook, Korky Paul popped up as a potential friend, but I had never heard of him. (Sorry, Korky!) Weird name, but one mustn’t be prejudiced. Somewhat unusual face, too, but who am I to talk? Anyway, we seemed to share a lot of Facebook friends, so he was worth investigating. I found that Korky does have a conventional name and a more conventional face, too.

Winnie the Witch

And now my WBD purchases have provided me with a Korky book about a witch, which is clearly my kind of thing. Itchy Witchy reminded me of Horrid Henry and the head lice, except here it’s fleas on cats that jump all over the place. Winnie’s Book Day is all about exploding libraries, I think, and the magic that can be found inside books. Well, we knew that!

According to Korky’s comment on Facebook, this WBD book is doing well.

3 responses to “WBD witch

  1. One does make interesting facebook finds now and then! But also the other kind. Two days ago an acquaintance from my days in local politics tried to be friends with me. He seems to have forgotten that 5-7 years ago he called me, accused me of horrible things and threatened me! I think I am going to ignore that one (does he really think my memory is SO bad?) LOL

  2. He probably didn’t see the episode as you saw it. I find this all the time with people. And sometimes we apply for Facebook friendship without stopping to think.

    Maybe send him a message?

  3. No, I think the simplest solution here is just ignoring his request. You are probably right that he didn´t see it like I saw it. And that actually makes it worse, because he DID threaten me.

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