Time for today’s round of the game, but first, an apology. I recently started a new job that literally has taken over my life (and not for the good; I’ll probably kvetch about it later, if the time presents itself). This has left me very little time to post to this and my other sites. Hopefully, I will be able to find more time to do actually meaningful stuff this week.
In the meantime, today’s game will be two – two – two rounds in one, twice the vocabulary and twice the fun.
First, Monday’s Dictionary.com Word of the Day:
And today’s Dictionary.com Word of the Day is:
Now, share one sentence using both words or create separate sentences for each. Take a whirl and have some fun with it! And feel free to comment on other players’ creations.
In keeping with tradition, I’ll go first:
I plead guilty to having a quixotic streak and working hard to make my dreams reality; living in languor in this broken world is abhorrent to me.
C’mon — it’s more fun than watching Janet Jackson play peek-a-boo. Play!