Word of the Month for September

This month is the month of my birth, the beginning of the school year for so many, and has always seemed like the start of a new year to me. I have been the center of my universe for a long time and it’s hard for me to change perspective. And that’s not a bad word to use for the month. Continue reading “Word of the Month for September”

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July Word of the Month: Declaration

“I do declare,” said Scarlet O’Hara of Tara. And then she went on to say things that no one remembers, but everyone remembers “I do declare!” Having just slipped past Independence Day, I thought I would delve into the word, Declaration. Continue reading “July Word of the Month: Declaration”

June Word of the Month

Justice has many definitions. Instead of copying them all here, I am giving you a link to follow if you need to know all the aspects. I am looking at the legal process of justice myself, having spent several hours in a courtroom hallway supporting others included in the trial as I was. Witnesses for the prosecution and for the defense could not hear each other’s testimonies, so we sat and chatted about other things. Continue reading “June Word of the Month”

February Word of the Month — Plague

This flu season has been one of the worst in memory with a higher death rate than we have come to expect in modern medical times. Everyone, pretty much, has had the flu or a cold that won’t go away. Some people got their flu shots and still got sick. I think we are the lucky ones because having the flu shot probably made the case of flu we suffered much less dangerous than if we hadn’t been inoculated. Continue reading “February Word of the Month — Plague”