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Where’s My Button?
by Bonnie May
Saturday, May 31, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Did you ever wonder how they found your button?


 

Where’s My Button?
 
Where are these buttons that people love to push?
Are they on your nose or could they be on your tush?
I’d surely like to know so I could flip the switch.
Thus, people couldn’t get to me and make my nerves twitch.
 
So many talk about this delightful button that everybody has.
It seems they find it easy when they tease, torment or razz.
My question is, where is it, for it seems so many know?
Where and how to push my button, so my top will always blow.
 
If you know where this button is, could someone be kind?
And tell me where it’s located so I don’t lose my mind.
Once I find it, I will have it disconnected so it doesn’t work.
Then they can push it all they want to and I’ll sit back and smirk.
 
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Bonnie May
 
 
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Reviewed by Connie Faust 6/3/2008
This is a delightful one! The button happens to be invisible. You can only keep calm and pray when someone pushes it too hard.
Sometimes they push it accidentally, sometimes on purpose. Since we are told to pray for those who despitefully use us, we just need to call on the Lord and keep on keeping on, and let them push all they want.
(I hope I haven't pushed it)
Love,
Connie
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 6/2/2008
lol. Wonderful write, but bad news, Bonnie. If you find one button and turn off the switch "they" just find another one. Great. Liz
Reviewed by John Leko 6/1/2008
...wonderful write Bonnie...and I agree...I think someone tried to push a large button on me at Staples...I declined.
John
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 6/1/2008
Well Bonnie, some people don't like their buttons pushed, but love to push bottoms, or it is the other way around?

Georg
Reviewed by Cryssa C 5/31/2008
My children know where mine is... but they won't divulge the secret!

Cryssa hee, hee...
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 5/31/2008
Clever write and enjoyable read, Bonnie. Think the button exists in our eyes and ears, which are connected to our heart and nerve system, which feed the brain. Maybe the answer is to shut our eyes and cover our ears, in such cases :o)
Blessings and Love ~~ Micke
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 5/31/2008
If I knew, I would surely tell ya...ed
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/31/2008
Ahhhh wouldn't it be great to know where that button is;-)In the meantime practice how to ignore those pushers!...ET
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 5/31/2008
Great, Bonnie. If you find that button, please let me know
where it is. I've been trying for years to find a way to turn
it off. - Gene.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 5/31/2008
cute! i enjoyed this write!



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