I saw the ship sailing long before you boarded The waves crashed but I was always in calm waters The weather was my friend for days after you’d left The wind sailed me safely to the harbour By J P Martin Since published: Amazon
AND is a noun in the world of electronics... I'm not in that world - so AND /ənd/ is a conjunction to me, one learned so early on and loved by children during speech... it connects words to create phrases, and clauses to create complex sentences... CONNECTIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS... Give it up ladies AND gentleman for the … Continue reading Word of the Week: AND
A verb or a noun - love the multi-functional words like RUN /rʌn/... Be quick to remember the word run, in the event you run out on other words this week.
Is your cup half full? Than raise your winning cup to the word CUP /kʌp/ this week.
If a person asked you to change would? If a person asked you for change would you give it to them? To become different is not not becoming who you are! So think before you change, but embrace the ever-changing world around... And use the word Change /tʃeɪn(d)ʒ/ in a different way this week.
I draw a blank, so I draw something? A beautiful word with its vast usage as a verb, noun or adjective... Go ON pop BLANK /blaŋk/ in that empty space in your sentence this week.
Let us place ourselves in somebody else's shoes... Shoes are functional, pretty some times, not pretty some times, hurtful sometimes, cuddling our feet other times... Use the word shoes /ʃuːz/ this week - but wear shoes less than usual this week. "I'm not even classifying shoes as good shoes or bad shoes. I'm just saying, … Continue reading Word of the Week: Shoes
Waves in motion, waves of the ocean, waves of emotions, waves in time, waves good bye, waves within the human body, waves of two bodies moving together. Waves is the word of the week: WAVES /weɪvz/
Come passion, our world is often saturated with passion and all we are missing is a one syllable prefix to create a shift... Imagine if this simple affix changed the world! Compassion /kəmˈpaʃ(ə)n/ is something that we must have for ourselves in order to be able to give it to others. Use this word in context, … Continue reading Word of the Week: Compassion
What does the word body mean to you? This is what the word BODY means to me: SUPERMODELHERO The body of work, our master piece whatever shape and form... use the word body this week, and use your actual body in a positive way: /ˈbɒdi/