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A farmer, Jeb, and his wife, Mabel, were driving into town in their pickup truck. He was sitting behind the wheel in silence.  Eyes focused on the road.  579 more words

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Word Of The Week - Monday 22nd September

Flapdoodle (flap-doo-duhl)

This noun means utter nonsense.

This word is similar to last week’s word, bafflegab.  I personally think that there is a big difference between these words, especially in the sense of how you use them.   144 more words

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blackberry-summer

noun
Fine, summer-like weather in late September and early October, when the blackberries ripen.

blackthorn winter

noun
Cold weather in late March and April, when the blackthorn is in blossom.

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14th September – 20th September 2014

Word of the Week this week is Handmade.

Saturday I got up at silly o’clock to drive to Hampton Court Palace to meet a fellow #postcircle #goose friend for Kirstie Allsops, The… 214 more words

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SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. 136 more words

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Word of the Week: "Diversity"

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Diversity is what Orwell called “newspeak” – meaning essentially the word has a double meaning. The first meaning is to be used as propaganda for the masses whereas the second meaning of the word is not to be known by the masses. 186 more words

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