Tag: word of the day

the soul always knows

August 22, 20202 picture of the week “I will be waiting hereFor your silence to breakFor your soul to shakeFor your love to wake.”~ Rumi to see what photos/art I have available, click on any link below… pixelspicfair (landscape)shutterstock (landscape)pinterest (Holly’s Photos) hope you… Continue Reading “the soul always knows”

A red herring is distracting

June 30, 2020 originally posted Dec 23, 2019 Fun With Words All of the info comes from the book The Weird World of Words by Mitchell Symons. Word of the day: Gambrinous – the state of being full of beer A word that changed… Continue Reading “A red herring is distracting”

wash away the rain

May 4, 2020 fun with words “Black hole sunwon’t you comeand wash away the rain.”~ Soundgarden “Let the rain wash awayall the pain from yesterday”~ unknown “Rain has healing powers.It can wash awayyour worriesAnd cleanse your soul.”~ Unknown Rain: water falling in drops condensed… Continue Reading “wash away the rain”

it’s gonna bite

Feb 24, 2020 Fun With Words Something really simple… enjoy! and the word or the day is… EPITHALAMIUM: a poem written to celebrate a wedding (The Weird World of Worlds by Mitchell Symons) Hope you have a great day!Thanks for stopping by!! linked to… Continue Reading “it’s gonna bite”

A Certain Blue Enters…

Dec 30, 2019 Fun With Words All of the info in this post comes from The Weird World of Words by Mitchell Symons. Word of the Day: Rowel – the revolving star on the back of a cowboy’s spurs. Changed their meaning over time:… Continue Reading “A Certain Blue Enters…”

Fun with Words

Nov 18, 2019 A group of at least three crows is called a murder Osage Orange: Maclura pomifera, commonly known as the Osage orange, hedge, or hedge apple tree is a small deciduous tree or large shrub, typically growing to 8 to 15 metres… Continue Reading “Fun with Words”

Battleships Ready!

October 28, 2019 Fun With Words did you know that there is no single word for the back of the knee? and that just 1000 words make up 90% of all writing? Word of the Day: Sniper – goes back to the days when… Continue Reading “Battleships Ready!”