Who has made their graphic or written word count?
verb (used with object), slaked, slak·ing.
1. to allay (thirst, desire, wrath, etc.) by satisfying.
2. to cool or refresh: He slaked his lips with ice.
3. to make less active, vigorous, intense, etc.: His calm manner slaked their enthusiasm.
4. to cause disintegration of (lime) by treatment with water. Compare slaked lime.
5. Obsolete. to make loose or less tense; slacken.
verb (used without object), slaked, slak·ing.
6. (of lime) to become slaked.
7. Archaic. to become less active, intense, vigorous, etc.; abate.
Origin: before 1000; Middle English slaken to mitigate, allay, moderate, lessen one's efforts, Old English slacian to slacken, lessen one's efforts, equivalent to slæc slack1 + -ian causative verb suffix
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
And you know what that means?
Me either. *sigh*
It wasn't a productive weekend at all for me. But I'm sunburned, the dog was washed, and much time was spent on both days at the dog park (which is why I'm sunburned). However, there were no words. I did watch six hours of The Pacific which doesn't inspire creativity for me, but makes me sort of flounder around.
So this means big plans to get back on track this week. Sure there's more dog park, but there will also be some time set aside for words! I NEED WORDS!
Tell me what you're big plans are for the week! Are you where you want to be? Are you desperate to catch up by the second Monday of the month like me? Are you very busy celebrating the MMoM?
Have I mentioned how awesome you all are? WELL YOU ARE?
So today we are all going into our homemade TARDIS', and pretend this is the 7th, when it should have been posted. *hangs head in shame*It's time again for your A-Z challenge letter, with today's host
I love the letter I, and so should you!. Ice Cream! Illustrations Umm - income tax return?
So show us your incredible I(s) (eyes)