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Day 129: Words, Words, Words - Neil Armstrong (n.d.)

“It suddenly struck me that that tiny pea, pretty and blue, was the Earth. I put up my thumb and shut one eye, and my thumb blotted out the planet Earth.

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Peeve of the Day

Because a peeve is like an itch that you just have to scratch….

Exactly like, in this case.

Itch, the noun, is a physical sensation: … 121 more words

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Day 122: Words, Words, Words - "Sonnet LXXXIII" (1609)

“I never saw that you did painting need
And therefore to your fair no painting set;
I found, or thought I found, you did exceed…

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A Linguistic Conundrum for the Season

If you celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional roast turkey, do you serve it with dressing, or with stuffing?

Butterball (the turkey people, the same ones who run… 153 more words

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Day 115: Words, Words, Words - "Miracles" (1856/1881)

“WHY, who makes much of a miracle?

As to me I know of nothing else but miracles,

Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan,

Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky,

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Day 110: Words, Words, Words - "Desiderata" (1927)

I know it’s Friday, which means I should be rambling and/or ruminating, but after fighting writer’s block all day, starting five different entries (about five different topics), and discarding them all before the end of the second paragraph, I’m going to admit defeat and share someone else’s thoughts and words with you instead. 317 more words


Day 108: Words, Words, Words – from BONES: “Soccer Mom in the Mini-Van” (2007)

“If I’ve learned anything, it’s that we can never let the chaos and injustice make us so blind with anger we become part of the problem.

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