Life as an Inchworm

Posted on January 23rd, 2013 in Stories



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In a world where everything is so tall, sometimes my problems seems quite small.


There’s nothing more delicious than the fresh crunch of a green leaf.


Sticks and stones can’t break my bones but worms scare me.


It’s not the destination, but how much grass I have to crawl over to get there.


Curiosity didn’t kill the cat because it’s still stalking me.


Humans have Mount Everest.  Dogs have a dirt pile.  I have a tree stump.


A foot is the inchworm version of a marathon.


Whenever you’ve got hot dog breath on your back or a fishing hook looming in your future, just take it inch by inch.  You’ll be fine.


It’s every inchworm’s dream to be two inches tall–then, we could rule the Worms.

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15 Responses to “Life as an Inchworm”

  1. slamdunk Says:

    Ha, reading this I realize that things aren’t really as bad as they sometimes seem. Glad not to be an inchworm…

  2. Linda Says:

    This is super cute!!

  3. Barbara Says:

    Perspective. That’s what’s important, :)

  4. Natasha Says:

    Inchworms are so very resilient. Here’s wishing for another inch.

  5. The Squishy Monster Says:

    I bet it’s a marvel and horrifying at the same time to be so small. Lovely story =)

  6. Rabia @ TheLiebers Says:

    My kids *love* inchworms. My son tried to bring one home from the park one day. Poor thing met his untimely end somewhere in my van. The inchworm; not my son, obviously!!

  7. marie Says:

    We all need to gain a little perspective huh? Wishing you a happy day.

  8. Sadie Says:

    I love it! I remember the first time I touched a worm! I thought they were so cool!

  9. joeinvegas Says:

    But then they wouldn’t be inch worms, they would be two inch worms.

  10. Marjie Says:

    I always tell people that you take things the way you tell a 3 year old to tackle them: one tiny step at a time. Hell, I taught a 60 year old bookkeeper to run a computer that way!

  11. Mary Says:

    That helps keep everything in perspective :-) . I hope all is well. Have a wonderful day. Blessings…Mary

  12. Jennifer Fabulous Says:

    I love your writing. It’s so whimsical and adorable and makes me feel cozy. :)

  13. Reeni Says:

    Aww! So cute! Inchworms are so vulnerable. They can’t run away. I bet they pray a lot. Haha.

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella Says:

    Oh Duckie I had to scroll past the pic, I don’t like worms!

  15. Kim Says:

    Love this. I think I will forever remember this when I have having a rough day. Inchworm days ;)

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