Posted in Bonkers Away

Razzmatazz

Hi Everyone!

Razzmatazz got my feet moving this morning.

Ragtime Razzmatazz

I love this hair color
and I can’t forget to have my nails done

Can you imagine if your garden was full of Razzmatazz flowers? WOW!

YUMMIE! Razzmatazz smoothie!

Have a Razzmatazz Day! Hope
Clip Art & Photos from Bing.com
Razzmatazz word from Weekly Prompts.com
Definition assistance from Dictionary.com
and
Merriam-Webster.com


P.S. Thank you Sue W. for your assistance on Razzmatazz color #e3256b

Posted in Bonkers Away

Jonquil

Hello Everyone!

Jonquil is a flower, not to get mixed up with Daffodils. What’s the difference you ask? Jonquil have rounded leaves, while Daffodils have wider flat leaves.

Jonquil a girl’s name meaning reed.

Jonquil represents the feeling of desire.

Daffodil symbolizing rebirth and new beginnings. In England they are called Lent Lily due to their long association with Lent.

Daffodil also represents creativity and inspiration.

Have a great day! Hope
Jonquil from Weekly Prompts.com
Clip Art & Photos from Bing.com

Posted in Bonkers Away, Definiendum

Definiendum

Hello Everyone!

Mable: Please spell definiendum.

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!!!!

Have a great day! Hope
Definiendum word & definition from Dictionary.com
Additional definition assistance from Merriam-Webster.com & The Free Dictionary.com
Clip Art from Bing.com
Photo to left from Pinterest.com

Posted in Bonkers Away, Peachy Keen

Peachy Keen

Hi Everyone!

Are you awesome?

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

PS: Me! Hmmm? Awesome of course!!

Posted in Bonkers Away, Gallimaufry

Gallimaufry

Hi Everyone!

Gallimaufry what a word! Who ever created this word must have been having a bad day. What do you think?

Here I go:
Ta Da!!

Didn’t like that one?
How about this one?

I think this one is much better.

Now I got it!
No! No! No! I think this one is better

Have a great day! Hope
Gallimaufry word & definition from Dictionary.com, word assistance from Merriam-Webster.com
Clip Art & photos from Bing.com

P.S. It just dawned I me, my blogs are “gallimaufry”. A little bit of this, a little bit of that. My blogs could be considered a hodgepodge of styles.

Posted in Bonkers Away, Mustachioed

Mustachioed

Hi Everyone!

What is a mustache?
The hair growing on the upper lip .
Especially: such hair grown and often trimmed in a particular style.

A long mustache combed and waxed.


How about the stars below? Do you recognize any of them?

Have a great day! Hope
Clip Art and photos from Bing.com
Mustachioed definition from The Free Dictionary.com, Merriam-Webster Dictionary.com, Dictionary.com.

Posted in Bonkers Away, Garniture

Garniture

Hi Everyone!

Come along everyone, we have to keep moving. Another tour will be starting in thirty (30) minutes.
Now, who do you think wore these tap shoes?

The story behind this guitar is out of this world.

Earrings were worn by????

A very unique painting of Alice in Wonderland of a different era!

Have a great day! Hope
Garniture word from M-W’s Word of the Day
Garniture definitions from Merriam-Webster Dictionary.com and The Free Dictionary.com
Clip Art from Bing.com

Posted in Bonkers Away, Dumbledore

Dumbledore

Hi Everyone!

Dumbledore – did you know the dumbledore proper is Emerson’s “burly dozing humblebee”? aka “The Humble Bee” In American prose always a “bumblebee”.

Word origin – old English dumble, variant of drumble to move sluggishly + dor humming insect. (drumble-drone)

Here’s my favorite “Dumbledore”.
In case you don’t know this is a picture of Albus Dumbledore of Harry Potter’s movies. On his shoulder is Fawkes, Dumbledore’s faithful feathered friend.

Time to relax. Get your favorite coloring tools out.
Enjoy!

Have a great day! Hope
Clip Art from Bing.com
Emerson information from Bumblebee Odyessey.Weebly.com
Dumbledore word from Dictionary.com
Word definition from Dictionary.com, Bing.com, The Free Dictionary.com and Merriam-Webster Dictionary.com.

Posted in Bonkers Away, Motley

Motley

Hi Everyone!

What a motley outfit –
Wow!
Wow! Wow! This quilt is really, really motley.
Motley flower, I just Dahila’s that are varigated instead of one color!

Have a great day! Hope
Clip Art from Bing.com
Motley word from M-W’s Word of the Day
Word definition from Merriam-Webster Dictionary.com

Quilt from Happy Turtle Quilts.blogspot.com

Posted in Blogging Blogger, Bonkers Away, Nosegay

Nosegay

Hi Everyone!

Merriam-Webster Dictionary.com
definition of nosegay:
 a small bunch of flowers : POSY

Wikipedia.org
definition of nosegay:
A nosegay, posy, or tussie-mussie is a small flower bouquet, typically given as a gift. They have existed in some form since at least medieval times, when they were carried or worn around the head or bodice.

Collins Dictionary.com
definition of nosegay:
a bunch of flowers; small bouquet, esp. for carrying in the hand

The Free Dictionary.com
definition of nosegay:
an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present. bouquet, corsage, posy. floral arrangement, flower arrangement – a decorative arrangement of flowers.

Have a great day! Hope
Clip art from Bing.com

Nosegay from M-W’s Word of the Day

Bing.com
PS: Definition of tussie-mussie
all bunch of flowers or aromatic herbs.
synonyms: bouquet · spray · posy · nosegay · corsage · wreath · garland · chaplet · buttonhole · flower arrangement · boutonnière