My Husband "Subvet" says that when our first son "Sonshine" was born the sun rose on our world, when our second son "Gator" was born the sun laughed and when our daughter "Sugars" was born all the flowers bloomed. That says it all.

"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass...
It's about learning how to dance in the rain."

Your mind is the garden, your
thoughts are the seeds, the harvest can either be flowers or weeds. — William

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Thesaurus Thursday

First off I want to say if you missed the prayer request and Alphabet soup/Sarah's Simple Sewing Secrets then you didn't scroll down far enough. Please take a moment and pray for a friend's friend and enjoy some soup.

I must say that other than Gator-boy waltzing out of his classroom unbeknownst to his teacher and going all the way down the hall to visit Sonshine's class (alone) at the end of school today and the fact that neither blogger nor youtube will upload a soundclip I made just for you folks (it's a wav); today's been a very nice day.
I'm gonna re-record that soundbyte as a video and see if that helps. In the mean time......

This week's words are:



For those who are new here today, the "rules" are as follows:

First and foremost, competition for the coveted Silly Goose Award is getting fierce!

Enter as many funny definitions for either word (or both) as you can think up!! Just leave them in the comments.

Next, if you know (or think you know) the true definitions without looking them up then be sure and leave those in the comments too!!

All definitions that are correct (or close enough for government work and Mighty Mom) will win the even more coveted Smarty Pants Award!

Awards will be given out in Saturday's post, so don't forget to come and see if you won!


Stephanie said...

Pavid and Pawl--disciples who didn't make the cut.

Stephanie said...

THAT'LL teach her to turn her back on your little boy! lol Gator-boy just had to check on his bubba.

jennifer said...

OK was going to have a go...but Stephanie's is too good...must come back!

jennifer said...

This is Quill of Bill's guess

Pavid-hard dense material.

"I pavid the road with bricks of gold."

Pawl- a covering in the mountains.

Sally Mae took her pawl and covered her chilly shoulders!

Karen H. said...

Pavid - redneck word for paved
The county pavid the road before it started raining.

Pawl - redneck word for pile
Yall don't pawl them rocks on my driveway.

I doubt any of them are correct, but it is sure fun trying. Hope you have a great Friday and weekend. God Bless You and Yours.

Karen H.

Diane J. said...

Pavid - Short for Pay Vid-eos.

Usage: Luther, I better not catch you watchin' them nekkid pavid's agin! We cain't afford to pay attention now as it is!

Pawl - Contraction of Paw will.

Usage: As soon as Maw turns her back Pawl be watchin' them pavids again.

Mohawk Chieftain said...

pavid... Somebody messed up: it's supposed to be Capitalized; I know, I read about it in the Bible:
the story of Pavid and Poliath. I think it was in the Book of Pawl. And, if you don't get it right, somebody Up There... is gonna be might P'd!