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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Enhance Your Vocabulary

I was catching up on blogs when I stumbled across this one

Brenda has much to say about her home state of Arkansas. Since I lived there for 8 years, I could identify with most of it; especially when she began talking about purple hull peas and the joys of a skunk under the house.

Take a look at this post for additions to your vocabulary.

I'll be back. Still unbearably hot and still surviving.

23 comments:

mreddie said...

Checked out that site and could relate a bit, especially with the peas. Hope you guys get a break in the weather soon. ec

Angela said...

I'm going to be in Modesto Friday afternoon/evening and I just looked at the temperature - 109 is a little to hot for me!! Stay cool if you can!

Turtle Guy said...

Cute, and educational!

Janice said...

Hi Ann,

I now know I'm AQUADEXTROUS (ak wa deks' trus) adj. Possessing the ability to turn the bathtub faucet on and off with your toes. I have been able to do that since I was a kid, mostly because I was too lazy to do it the regular way.

Stay cool.

Janice~

Merle said...

Hello Ann ~~ Thanks for your comment. I hope the rashes are improving and the heat eases up for a while.
Take care, Merle.

Mother Damnable said...

~ Stay Cool Granny Ann ~

It's hot here on London, but we are promised thunder today :>)

Thanks again for sharing the poem.

Have wonderful adventures everyone :>)

HORIZON said...

Hang in there with the heat Granny Ann- am thinking of you, trying to get caught up with my friends.
:)

Lindsay Lobe said...

Hi Ann

Roc rebel granny

Temperatures over 100 degrees
Swamp coolers bring you a cool breeze
Introductions continue to blogs every day
Grannies blog, an oasis to stay

New recipes with flavours delight
Grannies bloggers say bonne appetite
News of the day and her daily routine
Grannies blog is her blog family

Life of a Banana said...

Hi Granny

It should get cooler now. Well, at least until the next heatwave in a fortnight,hahhaha. Why don't you put yourself on John Lewis's waiting list for an aircon.

Granny, please visit my blog, I feel so lonely and pathetic on my own.

Tammy said...

I love Brenda's sight...I been visiting her for about a month now...always a fun time!!
:-D

PEA said...

Gosh, imagine trying to remember those words, let alone use them in a sentence??? lol I've put Brenda's blog in my favourites and will go read more of her posts when I have more time:-)

Brenda said...

Thanks for coming by Granny and friends. Ya'll are welcome any time to come sit a spell.

We had some of that heat last week but this week it's been a tad cooler, thank goodness!

Granny, I don't use the word verification on my blog cause I have too many readers that grip about having to type those letters in. (grin)

Alice said...

I came, I went, I saw, I enjoyed, I commented and I came back.

Had a thought about how to make the heat more bearable: I saw an advert for this spray that cools you down. Can't remember what it's called, but it's some "wonder thing" that you spray gently over your face to releave yourself a little from the baking heat.

...Yeah, that's helpful. Sorry. I'll look it up and email you the name.

In the mean time, find a fan (steal one if you have to), barge everyone else (except the baby. That would be cruel. He can stay) out of the way and stand beneath/in front of it.

;-) xxx

Alice said...

And just in case anybody was wondering: I DO know how to spell 'relieve' (see?). I just apparently decided to spell it completely wrong the first time for the heck of it.

...I think I need to type a little slower...

Jo said...

Sorry for the heat. I think a nice long movie in a movie theater would be in order, don't you?

Ava said...

Hope you're able to cool off at least a little bit!

Lavender Dawn said...

howdy granny! just stopping to say a big hey!

Mary P. said...

I can trust you to find the fun links. That was great. I've indulged in a little "elbonics" in my time.

Ha! Word verification is 'reccy'. Anyone recognize that slang?

Tom said...

Hi Ann,

AP reports that the Fresno County coroner is having trouble keeping up w/ his business due to the heat.

I could use a break in the sporadic rain so we could finish haying...2000 bales to go.

clairesgarden said...

thats a good link, thankyou,
seems everybody is hot, global warming.

Sarah Elaine said...

Just stopping by to say hi..

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

that was pretty funny..

stay cool:)

JBlue said...

Hilarious vocabulary lesson over there.