Hope: I think it starts with a “D”, Mabel: You are correct, Hope: “e”, “f”, “i”, “n”, “i” “e”. Oh my! Can I have a sip of water? Mabel: Really, Hope. Okay here’s your sip of water. Hope: Ready! “n”, “d”, “u”, “m”. Whew!!!! Mabel: Now that you spelled the word, please pronounce and define the word. Hope: Really? I spelled it correctly, why do I have to say it, plus give a definition? Definiendum – in my own words; all of a sudden you decide to create a word. Your next step would be to define your fabulous new word. I hope I got it straight!!!!
Bridge Over Troubled Water When you’re weary, feeling small When tears are in your eyes I will dry them all I’m on your side Oh when times get rough And friends just can’t be found
Like a bridge over troubled water I will lay me down Like a bridge over troubled water I will lay me down For the rest of the song go to YouTube.com
Some days I feel I’m walking to the “bridge over troubled water”. Memories come alive! Some tears are sad when I start walking towards the bridge of life, and by the time my walk ends my tears of sad are now tears with a smile. Why you ask? The bridge brought back memories of when my soul mate and me were walking over the bridge holding hands.
Did you know there are 200,000+ not more than 260,000, this includes individual fonts not families.
Family fonts – hmm? Times New Roman Bold and Times New Roman Italic are not the same font, but they are in the same family. Hmm? Now according to https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_font_font-family.asp You have family-name = times, courier, aerial, etc. You have generic-family = serif, sans-serif, cursive, fantasy, monospace, etc.
All I can say is WOW! Do I have a favorite font?It all depends on what I’m creating, blog, cards, letters, emails, etc.
To me the flower above is unusual. To others who live in the area where it grows may find it beautiful and know it’s unusual qualities no one else knows.
Tom Jones 1965 song It’s Not Unusual. “It’s not unusual to be loved by anyone It’s not unusual to have fun with anyone But when I see you hanging about with anyone It’s not unusual to see me cry, I wanna die…” Read more at Google.com, listen to song on Youtube.com or iHeart.com
My writing may be unusual to some. And I have to totally agree with them, of course I say “bonkers”. I’m sure some people would scratch their heads, have a look on their face wondering why would I write that way. Everyone has their own technique. Hopefully my technique will put a smile on faces, give a laugh or two, or a tear.
Below are purple fruit and vegetables. This is very unusual to me. I hope they look the same in person as they do in the photos below. I like the color purple, but to eat purple it’s really, really unusual to me.
Chinese New Year is actually February 25,2020. Correction date should be “January 25, 2020”.
I read this part from “Chinese Fortune Calendar“: The first day of the White Rat year is not the Chinese New Year Day in Chinese Astrology. The first day of the Tiger month is the first day of the Chinese Astrology year. This day is called the Start of Spring, which is the date when the sun enters the 315th degree on the tropical zodiac. This day is around February 4, each year. 2020 Chinese White Rat starts on February 4, 2020, in China’s time zone. That means Chinese Lunar New Year is not the first day of the White Rat Year. If a baby is born before February 4, 2020, then the baby’s zodiac sign is the Pig, not Rat.
I have learned my lesson to read information more carefully. Thank you Sue W. from Weekly Prompts.com. Sue is one (1) of the site owners. Please visit Weekly Prompts.com site to see what it is all about.
Hope: I know I am right, just have to wait two (2) more minutes. Abby: Results please! Hope: Looks like at least two (2) more minutes. Abby: Results please!! Hope: Okay here are the results!!! Abby: Surprisingly you are right this time. Hope: I’m more confident in my realm, dimension, or universe of testing objects I know about. Abby, thank you for acknowledging I was correct this time around. I’ll see you in two (2) weeks for my next test. Abby: Oh Boy! I will never hear the end of it.
I believe in being confident, just as long as my head doesn’t get to big for my hats.
Are you dynamite in; looks, brains, fashions, music, singing.
Oh My Gosh! I can keep on rambling. I know, you know what of peachy keen are just for you. Come on! I see how you are writing down your selection. Or did you just go to Merriam-Webster.com to check out all of the peachy keen words?
Have a peachy keen day! Hope Peachy Keen from Merriam-Webster.com Clip Art from Bing.com
“The street” I’m looking for is two blocks away. Found it! Wait! That’s not the correct brick color for “the street” I’m looking for. Making a left turn, there it is! Now that I’m closer “the street” here has the incorrect shape I’m looking for. Making a right turn this has to be the right, right – oh my gosh! I don’t believe it, “the street” I just turned on has the the most strange looking color! I have taken a left, then took a right, which way should I go now? I think I’ll go up for a better view of “the street” I’m looking. There it is finally “the street” I have been looking for!! First will take a picture so when Iland I will know the exact spot.
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