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Susannah’s Spring, Summer Reading List, 2021
Tag Archives: love of language
When journalist, Bill O’Reilly, was let go from the Fox Network after twenty-one years on the air, his comment was, “I’m disheartened.” That word has stayed with me since. A verb that means, to lose faith and confidence. To be … Continue reading
My friend David Stewart, a great writer (https://greenwalledtower.wordpress.com/), suggested this as a theme I’ve been moodily mulling over. It was because lately I’ve been getting some bewildering comments that have made me take pause. Let’s begin with basics…its meaning – … Continue reading
My pal Ally Bean thespectacledbean.com in one of her comments, used the word wizened, and it’s been circling my senses every since. It’s an adjective of German descent meaning…shriveled or wrinkled with age, a state I can certainly relate to… … Continue reading
I love language. I think part of the reason is I never went to school, so learning has become such a passion for me, basking in the sounds of expression. The word Quisling came a courtin’ making me take … Continue reading