March 16th, 2018


Word of the Day 03/16/18 Glissade

Glissade (noun, verb)
glissade [gli-sahd, -seyd]

1. a skillful glide over snow or ice in descending a mountain, as on skis or a toboggan.
2. Dance. a sliding or gliding step.

verb (used without object), glissaded, glissading.
3. to perform a glissade.

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Origin: 1830-40; < French, equivalent to gliss(er) to slip, slide + -ade -ade

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
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Weekend Challenge: Themes

Welcome to the Weekend Challenge, this Week is centered around Themes (Sorry, I did not pay attention to the Holiday when I made this challenge… last year. XD)

I have picked out 30 Places/Settings (there are no cities/States/Countries) and 30 Events. Give me a number (or Numbers) in one or Both of the categories.

Really laid-back challenge. Give me as many words as you can. All I can offer is writing more. I am so far behind this year.

This challenge end: Midnight (your time) 22/03/2018 Maybe this will help you with This Month's 5 + 1 Challenge begin.

Ready, Set, Go!
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Say What Friday

Hello all.

Sorry I'm late. I forgot today was Friday. Work has gotten me all mixed up this week.

Since tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day, I'll go with an Irish proverb.

"May those who love us love us, and may those who do not may the Lord turn their ankle so we know them by their limping."

Have fun with it, and Happy Saint Patrick's Day.