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June 26th, 2019

Word of the Day 06/26/19 Shog

Shog (verb, noun)
shog [ shog, shawg ] Scot. and British Dialect


verb (used with object), shogged, shog·ging.
1. to shake; jolt.

verb (used without object), shogged, shog·ging.
2. to jog along.

noun
3. a shake; jolt.

Origin: 1350–1400; Middle English shoggen (v.); perhaps akin to shock

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

Daily count challenge to bizarra!

Yesterday was a big fat zero for me. Between work deadlines and the baby and trying to sell our house, there was zero energy left for anything else. But work should be calmer today, so I'm hoping to squeeze a few words in later.

But for now, it's bizarra's turn! I hope you make up for all the words I didn't do!

Wonderful World of Wednesday

" I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures. "

~ Lao Tzu ~




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Drabble/icon Challenge: Day 24

Day Twenty-four has plenty of inspiration for you!




Today's prompts are:
1. a place: in a dark alley
2. a colour: deep purple
3. an action: moaning
4. a random word: return

More prompts tomorrow!

Daily count to Dreamy!

Between yesterday and today I wrote 1430 words.

So I'm passing it along to Dreamy. Go make pretty words!

Three-day weekend next week, let's hope I get a lot of words written!!

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