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C’est en forgeant…

. As in the French saying, ”C’est en forgeant qu’on devient forgeron” (Literally meaning ”it is by forging, that you become a black-smith”). We usually use that to mean that you have to work hard to get good at something. And oh boy, did I understand that saying today. For my birthday, Little Bro and…… Continue reading C’est en forgeant…

A to Z Challenge · Blogging · challenge · Fiction · short · Thoughts

Z like Zoanthropy…

. Hello Timmy! The little boy didn’t react, and Caroline simply sat by her best friend’s side. He’s still doing it? For two weeks now, Tim had started acting as if he was an animal. A new one each morning, and unless his mom figured which one he had chosen, he didn’t get into any…… Continue reading Z like Zoanthropy…

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Sabbatical – Word of the Day Challenge

The Word of the Day is Sabbatical, noun a period of paid leave granted to a university teacher or other worker for study or travel, traditionally one year for every seven years worked.”she’s away on sabbatical“ adjective 1.relating to a sabbatical.”sabbatical leave” 2.ARCHAICof or appropriate to the sabbath. I hope you enjoy using this word in […]SABBATICAL…… Continue reading Sabbatical – Word of the Day Challenge