I am Pondering the word leave with Brenda at BYG Adventures
I will leave home after making sure Teddy has a full bowl of food
so he won’t eat the leaves of my houseplants.
I will always clear off my desk before leaving work
so I won’t leave anything important undone.
I will always ask for a leave from work
so I won’t be absent without leave.
My retirement plan:
I will leave this life once I have spent every penny I have
and I won’t leave anything for anyone to inherit.
Supposedly the day of the week you were born gives an
indication of your character and future.
There is a nursery rhyme about the day you were born.
Monday’s child is fair of face,
Tuesday’s child is full of grace,
Wednesday’s child is full of woe,
Thursday’s child has far to go.
Friday’s child is loving and giving,
Saturday’s child works hard for a living,
But the child born on the Sabbath Day,
Is fair and wise and good in every way.
Can you guess what day of the week I was born?
I don’t think the nursery rhyme reflects
my character or my life and hopefully not my future.
What day were you born?
If you don’t know you can find out here:
Math Is Fun
having beautifully shaped buttocks
Today, I think there is a funny word for just about everything.
One who has a passion for writing.
a violent urge or desire to write
Today, I think I like to write, and the desire is strong, but violent seems a bit over the top.
a joyful laugh, combination of a chuckle and a snort
Today, I think you had to chortle when you saw this kitty.
a young woman, especially one who, in the 1920’s,
behaved and dressed in a bold and flaunting unconventional way.
a young bird just learning to fly
Today, I think flapper was a good name for these young women
because like young birds they were learning how to use their feathers
to fly from the nest.