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Word of the Day: maunder

Happy Friday! This is the first Word of the Day I’ve been able to do from the comforts of my living room – I feel indifferent about it, so it’s not that exciting I guess. 153 more words

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Word of the Day: fardel

fardel (FAHR-dl)

noun: 1. a bundle
2. a burden

Etymology
From Old French fardel, diminutive of farde (package, burden), from Arabic farda (piece, pack). Earliest documented use: 1300… 72 more words

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Introduction to Gina

Well it’s me the wild loud one as my girls would say.  But that’s just one side of me.  It’s been a week since our little girls night out and I had been in the mood for some company; male and female this time.  1,788 more words

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Word of the Day: ramble

ramble (RAM-buhl)

verb intransitive: 1. to talk in an aimless manner
2. to walk in an aimless manner
noun: a leisurely, sometimes lengthy walk

Etymology… 74 more words

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// The Traveling Life. . .

“Live in the sunshine. Swim the sea. Drink the wild air.”
//Ralph Waldo Emerson

June. It’s been an amazing month.
It’s difficult to believe it’s at an end and we ring in July tomorrow! 430 more words

Word of the Day: sorb

sorb (sorb)

verb intransitive: 1. to take up and hold by absorption
2. to take up and hold by adsorption

Notes (from Wordsmith)
So what’s the difference between absorption and adsorption, besides a turned-around letter b? 64 more words

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Storybending

Something a little different today.

I tried oil painting for the first time since I was, like, twelve, and I tried a self-portrait of sorts for the first time ever. 119 more words

Tirzah Duncan