Chewbacca Catastrophe- Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Chew/Choo

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Chewbacca Catastrophe – Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Chew/Choo

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS July 6/19

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Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “chew/choo.” Use one or both, any way you’d like. Have fun!

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For today’s SOCS we are prompted with the words ‘chew/choo”. Should be interesting. Thanks, Linda!

To join in, and also see other entries, just click the above link. It’s fun. 🙂

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For a little bit I couldn’t think of much to say about these words other than the obvious = chewing our food, and choo-choo trains.

But you know, when you’re off doing something else, an idea will come to you, and you hope you don’t forget it before you get back here to type about it. Yeah…

Well, I did remember. However, this is a memory I remember, but maybe not exactly.

You see, it’s about Chewbacca from Star Wars. At least I think it is.

My daughter had those little plastic figurine toys people collect from famous movies. She had them all – Chewbacca, R2D2, C3PO, Han Solo, Princess Leia, and played with them all the time. (wish we still had them in the original packaging because they were among the first to be available for sale), but at the time, she wanted to play with them.

Now one day she forgot, and left them outside in the yard.

Dun – Dun – Dun –

That’s when Chewbacca got chewed up by the lawn mower! It was a tragedy…he was all mangled. So sad…but she kept him anyway…poor old Chewbacca.

Now I’m almost positive it was Chewbacca that had the mishap, but like faded memories go, it might have been Han Solo or C3PO that lost a leg. Yeah, catastrophes happened to all of them. Except Princess Leia – she was golden! Those toys had a hard life. 🙂

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So that’s all I have for today.

Have a great weekend! 🙂

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

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11 responses »

  1. That’s so nice that she kept the mangled Chewbacca anyway. He must have still had a lot of play in him. I can imagine the stories he could tell.

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