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Where did the rain go?


The trip in to work this morning was in a word "wet." I'm sitting here at my desk - my clothes still slightly damp from the rain that was being blown sideways while I waited at the bus stop. However, now, looking out the window - it's pretty sunshine and blue skies!

Writer's Block: Love is timeless


What is your opinion of relationships where there is a significant age difference between partners?


What does it really matter? Love is love.

Quote of the day


"Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can."
Richard Bach

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Word of the day - sward


sward

PRONUNCIATION:
(sward)

MEANING:
noun: The grassy surface of land: turf.


ETYMOLOGY:
From Old English sweard (skin, rind).


USAGE:
"While one man's six might bring cheers from the crowd, it brings fear for Mike Robins and his neighbours. They live next to the green sward of Alphington Cricket Club."
Neighbours 'Under Siege' From Cricket Club's Hard And High Balls; Express & Echo (Exeter, UK); Aug 5, 2010.

Thoughts from the Universe


Sure, there have been surprises. Some, not so fun.

But you have to admit with hindsight, moving forward was actually easy.

Something worth remembering,
The Universe

Thoughts become things... choose the good ones! ®
© www.tut.com ®

And there have been surprises that suddenly changed your entire life for the better, and there will be many more. Jumanji, baby.

Word of the day - orison


orison

PRONUNCIATION:
(OR-uh-suhn, -zuhn)

MEANING:
noun: A prayer.


ETYMOLOGY:
Via French from Latin oration (speech, prayer), from orare (to speak, pray), from os (mouth).


USAGE:
"David Carlin's brilliant title, Our Father Who Wasn't There, mingles orison and lament. It is the apparent opening of a prayer for an absent or lost father."
A Son Searches for the Father Who Wasn't There; The Canberra Times (Australia); Feb 6, 2010.

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