Easy option, Raining very heavily, Something that will never happen or is impossible, Very rarely, Miss the chance, Someone very precious or dear, Stop talking, One who presents a counter agrument, Controversial issue or situtation that can be awkward or unpleasant to deal with, Something easy to do.
Hope: I can’t believe it? Dot: Oh! Shot-clog Abby left the building! Hope: Yes!! She just walked right out without paying the lunch bill! What a shot-clog!!! Mabel: I can still see her. Do you want me to give a yell? You know my voice carries for blocks. Hope: Thanks Mabel, I truly love to hear your voice. Just let her go. Dot & Mabel: We will just split the bill this time. Hope: No, that’s okay. I’m going to send her a bill in the mail marked “payment due” in fifteen (15) days. Late charge $25.00. We all looked at each other and said “great idea” and started “laughing so hard” our hats feel off.
My neighbor is a “cruciverbalist”. On the weekends his whole family is involved. Unbelievable how they test each other.
They invited us over one time. Great people and good sports about being a “cruciverbalist”. They explained to us what we have to look for and then decieve if that is the correct spelling, number of letters, will this work well with the other words going across and down.
We now have monthly challenges. I really have to thank my neighbors for learning something new, creative, mind boggingly, entertaining. Thank you neighbors for showing us the meaning of crossword puzzles, how to challenge others with words.
So what the heck is a “cruciverbalist”? Creators of
Back in the beginning the puzzles were called “word crosses” and their creators because known as “cruciverbalist”. For more information go to Dictionary.com
We should never forget! The men and women who have lost their lives in service. If it wasn’t for them we would not have our freedom! The men and women that came home, respect them for their service. If it wasn’t for them we would not have our freedom!!
Memorial Day, Remembrance Day, Anzac Day, Dodenherdenking Day, Armistice Day, V-E Day
Memorial Day U.S.A. Remembrance Day England Dodenherdenking Day The Netherlands Anzac Day Australia and New Zealand Armistice Day Belguim V-E Day Russia (Victory Day)
Have you ever used a “wrest pin“? I know I haven’t. Why you ask me? Well because I just found out what it is.
A “wrest pin” is used for stringed musical instruments like piano, harp, cello. The end of the strings are coiled and by which the instrument is tuned. This is information comes from M-W’s Words-at-Play which is part of Merriam-Webster Dictionary.com
Attention everyone! Please sit at your desk, open up your computer screen, sign-in, then press the bright green button. Wait! Wait! Who in the world put that type of button in my notes? Instructor: Why is everyone grumbling? Red badge: I don’t have a green button! Instructor: By any chance do you have a “red” button? Red badge: Yes! Yellow badge: I don’t have a green button! Instructor: By any chance to you have a “yellow” button? Yellow badge: Yes! Instructor: Everyone if your badge matches the button on your computer please push that one.
First question: How are you today? Second question: Are you working on your garden? Third question: What are you planting this year? Fourth question: Do you think the sun will ever come out? Fifth question: Did you get a new garden gnome?
Makeup products may use organic, natural, Vegan, Foods may use organic, natural, Flavors may use both natural and organic, Household products use “eco-friendly”, natural, green.
Me I use “bonkers” to describe myself. Bonkers is a nice way of saying your crazy, mad. I might say I’m “bonkers” for the new Hellboy 2019 movie. The first time I heard “bonkers” was in Alice in Wonderland with Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska.
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