Dim Many, many years ago I used to go to school, so long ago that it was in the era when only the cleverest two percent of pupils went to university, unlike today where everyone goes. It’s so long ago … Continue reading
Terrible blizzard this morning in the South East, at least two inches of snow. No breakfast this morning, Oates ran out. We’re all going to die. For God’s sake look after our people.
Premonition I had a funny feeling that premonition was going to be the word for today, I must be psychic. Rather surprisingly the definition of premonition is, a feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen, which as … Continue reading
Conversant Today’s choice of word from The Daily prompt is “conversant” which is defined as to be familiar with or knowledgeable about something, which is very useful to me as I should have no trouble with this topic as I … Continue reading
Encrusted Where do we start with encrusted, do we take the pessimistic outlook, imagining all in life has gone wrong, a foolhardy investment has gone pear shaped, causing recourse to some fearfully expensive short term loan and the final ignominy, … Continue reading
Courage I don’t always start these blogs with the first thing that comes into my head but due to pressures of time, I shall be starting with, not only the first, but then the second and then the third. There … Continue reading
Rube I have to admit that as an Englishman I have never heard the word rube before in my life, but apparently it is an insulting way of calling someone an idiot in American, so quite why it was chosen … Continue reading