Here we are again, on another Saturday morning.  It’s a bit cold and crisp, but we can huddle in the warm house dreaming about today’s question on A Bit of Me (Me), hosted by There’s A Book.

This Weeks Question: What super-power would you most like to have, and why?

I didn’t have to think about this one too long.  My mind flew back to the sixties and a show I loved then.  Bewitched was a story of an ordinary woman with extraordinary powers.  She was a housewife, then a mother; she could twitch her nose and look cute…and make things happen.
Who wouldn’t want to twitch away those unpleasant realities of daily life and replace them with a fantasy or two?
She was a cute witch, as well.  I wouldn’t want to be the stereotypical one with the bump on her nose and warts….LOL
Her mother, Endora, was not your typical mother, either.
But you have to admit that she had a—well, presence!
So what about you?  What magic would you love to possess?  I hope you’ll stop by and share….

12 thoughts on “A BIT OF ME (ME) — BEWITCHED — FEB. 19

    1. Yes, she definitely had a “bewitching” way of twitching, too. I think some noses lend themselves to twitching better than others…mine is a ski slope! Not so good.

      I had a friend with a button nose who loved that show and had the twitching thing down pat…except, of course, minus the magic.

      Thanks for visiting, Cheryl.


  1. That was a great show! I remember when her daughter, Tabitha, started to get powers too and was able to do magic. She could wiggle her nose and bounce from place to place, that’s my super power dream: to be able to teleport!!!


    1. I agree that Elizabeth Montgomery’s nose lent itself perfectly to “twitching.”

      I can’t twitch mine to save my life! Ski slope nose…not conducive to twitching. Which doesn’t mean that I can’t be a “witch”…LOL


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