« All good things | Main | Riley »

Comments

Bex

I love the word embiggen. Just thought i'd share that.

missfee

smote is one of my favourite words, along with discombobulate

Celia

Lovely prizes.

Celia

Just doin' my part.

M-H

My favourite word is tympanic. Also gubernatorial. Also, I've discovered that when I post a comment here, typepad thinks it's spam!

Gae Fenske

The closing of the Old Schoolhouse WW was a bummer. Still miss it. And thanks to Craplight, Nowra has lost its LYS, and two or three useful fabric shops.

My dogs mastered the web years ago - ever heard of the World Wide Widdle, and Peemail?

The dogs are two Italian Greyhounds (Ace and Harry) and are firmly under the paw of ancient moggy, Vegemite. Vegemite, who landed on our doorstep as a stray, is now 21 years old, and has been a member of this family for half our married life. She is a lady of firm and confident character, and if you ask me what colour she is I will bite you! vvvbg

Katie

The opposite of embiggen is smallen. I've used the word smallen for years, but never realised it had such a charming antonym.

Oh, that mauve makes my heart flutter!

Kate

It may have been Douglas Adams that said 'elbow' was the most interesting word in the English language. I like elucidate.

Tracey

Knitting, cats and witty people are some of my favourite things.

M-H

Denis Potter's character The Singing Detective says that 'elbow' is the most beautiful word in the English Language. I don't know if that was before or after or instead of Adams.

missfee

That would be a good thing for them to cut on my tombstone: Wherever she went, including here, it was against her better judgment.
couldn't resist - my old fav Dorothy Parker

Justine

I just LOVE the photos of your cats using the 'inter-web' to keep up to date...

The comments to this entry are closed.