June 15th, 2018

Hawaii Five 0::Danno

Word of the Day 06/15/18 Paraph

Paraph (noun)
paraph [par-uh f, puh-raf]


noun
1. a flourish made after a signature, as in a document, originally as a precaution against forgery.

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Origin: 1350–1400; Middle English paraf < Italian parafo or Middle French paraphe paragraph mark (by syncope; see paragraph)

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
Two Chairs

Say What Friday

Greetings all!

It's another beautiful day in southeast Texas. We have survived yet another work week. Yay us!!

I hope the creative juices are flowing and words are accumulating. I know I'm having a good month, at least word wise.

This week's quote came to mind after I had another run in with the people who "manage" the store I work at, so do with it what you will.

"A bad manager can take a good staff and destroy it, causing the best employees to flee and the remainder to lose all motivation."

Reminders: Bingo is this month's challenge. Big Buddy is watching, so keep your numbers up to date. Most of all, just go out and have fun.
MacGyver: arm porn

Saturday Word Wars

Sorry for the late notice - but I'm planning on hosting some word wars this weekend. I have lots of projects/bunnies but little motivation (always happens to me in June).

For Saturday:

Round 1: 6:00 am Pacific (2 pm UTC) to 6:25am
Round 2: 6:35 am Pacific (2:35 pm UTC) to 7:00am
Round 3: 7:10 am Pacific (3:10 pm UTC) to 7:35am
Round 4: 7:45 am Pacific (3:45 pm UTC) to 8:10 am

I can be easily persuaded to run some more on Sunday. Let me know if you have a time preference.