noun 1. the act, means, or result of obscuring things to deceive an enemy, as by painting or screening objects so that they are lost to view in the background, or by making up objects that from a distance have the appearance of fortifications, guns, roads, etc.: Was camouflage used extensively on fighter aircraft during World War I? ( Collapse )
And on we go! It's all downhill from here, folks! I hope today is going to be a good one for you, and you'll get something wonderful done today - be it a difficult passage that's been escaping you, a tricky scene you haven't been sure on handling, or just a really good word count for the day. Let me know what it is, if you succeeded and are proud of that success! ;-)
Title: Not This Life Chapter 27/?: A Growing Ohana Fandom: Hawaii Five-0 Rating: NC-17 Characters: Steve/ Danny, Sam Denning, Chin Ho Kelly, Kono Kalakaua, Kamekona, Max Bergman Words: ~3400 this chapter Summary: The Club 445 ohana continues to grow, with decisions – small and large – being made.
I am very slack! I had the challenge passed to me DAYS AGO! I did do my day's words, but was so busy with a lot on my mind that I completely forgot about passing it on, and then I was away for the weekend and internetless... anyway, enough excuses! I am back and I have managed words every day (if not LJ comments or replies to them yet), so I am passing the baton on to penombrelilas! Go, go, go! You can do it! ;-)