….thanks Cee for hosting the Fun Foto Challenge
….from the program for 1837: The Farmers’ Revolt
squallier (comparative adjective) · squalliest (superlative adjective)
(of weather) characterized by squalls:
The use of the word “squally” in the program described the atmosphere of dissent in the rural areas of Upper Canada in 1837.
….after discovering some unfamiliar words in the latest book I’m reading
I thought it might be fun to take new words and find photos to illustrate their meaning.
commingles (third person present) · commingled (past tense) · commingled (past participle) · commingling (present participle)
“the dust had commingled with the rain” · “publicly reproved for commingling funds”
early 17th cent.: from com- ‘together’ + mingle.
…..today’s theme structure asks us take a moment to notice the structure of everyday things around us