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, January 10, 2008

Thesaurus Thursday

Well, obviously I should NOT try to type at 5:30 in the MORNING!! As I tend to make really silly errors in spelling.

As Ms Vee pointed out. It is indeed sErger, not sUrger as I put in the SSSS post. I must have been experiencing a sUrge of stUpidity there.........
Thank you Ms Vee!! I shall now name you my official editor in chief! :-) Keep up the good work!

So, other than spelling words I do know the meanings of, let's see what the old dictionary has in store for us tonight.



Just in case this is your first time by here on a Thesaurus Thursday, the "rules" of Thesaurus Thursday are as follows:

First and foremost, leave as many funny definitions for either word (or both) as you can think up in the comments!! The ones that make me laugh the hardest will be given the Silly Goose Award.

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

Now, I would like for everyone who's reading this to please stop and say a prayer for THE CREATOR of these lovely awards. Ms Diane J. has been having some health issues and will be having testing to rule out congestive heart failure. Please join me in prayer for her doctors to find the source of her problems and be able to solve them....(oh, and God, RULING OUT heart failure would be great!) I'm also going to add her family to this prayer request as it is never easy for loved ones to watch and wait. In fact, many times it's harder for the family than the patient. As always, I know my wonderful group of blogging buddies to be powerful prayers and rest in the assurance that y'all are beating on the Big Guy's door!

Thanks guys and gals. I love each and every one of you!



MammyT said...

I have already begun to bang on the door. The fervent prayer of a righteous (wo)man availeth much.

Diane J. said...

Thank you for your prayer request for me, Sarah. I appreciate it so much. The Great Physician is in control, no matter what. :o)

Longanimity - An extended period of time. "It was a longanimity before I finally got back to see the Doctor!"

Genu - Italian contraction for "you knew." "Genu I like-a de spaghetti deedun you?"



Diane J. said...

MammyT's comment published right before mine.

Thanks, MammyT! ;o)

Love and hugs,


BumbleVee said...

oh, no...please don't make me anything official.... I don't do well under pressure!! oh, boy... mum's the word from now on... mmmmmm... duct tape......

but.... maybe...

genu..... denotes the sub species to which genies belong?

longanimity....being overly animated for waaayyy too long a period of time.

MammyT said...

Hold The Presses! I KNOW this one! "genu" - a Catholic word, meaning 'knee'. Often used in combination with another Catholic word, "flect", meaning to 'bend', to describe a particular aerobic exercise performed traditionally in Roman Catholic churches.