Inch is one of those words that, if I look at it too long, it stops making sense.
Inches are the only thing that make sense to me when I’m measuring height. Of course, if I don’t want to do math, feet are important too.
I just realized why my 12 times tables were so important in school. Are they still? In countries other than the U.S., that is.
I’d rather measure snow in inches–four inches sounds much better than ten centimetres.
Inches are about as far away I am from going to bed after a very busy day.
Inch is the prompt word for today, brought to us by John Holton. Thanks, John! Here’s the link to his “inch” post. Drop by and say hi to him, if you haven’t already!
It’s never too late to participate in Just Jot it January! Click the following link to find out how, and see all the other participants’ links in the comment section. It’s fun! https://lindaghill.com/2019/01/17/jusjojan-2019-daily-prompt-jan-17th/