February 10th, 2020

Stahl

Here Comes Monday!

Welcome to February everyone!  Hopefully you’re starting to see signs of spring out there.  Unless you’re H and you’re on the other side of the world that is.  Starting to warm up here already, but that’s life in the desert I suppose!

How are you doing?  Are you on track or do you need a little push?  If you’re looking for some help, motivation, or a cheerleader, let us know.  We’re here to help cheer, motivate, or threaten, whichever works best for you.

Reminders:

1. Flash Challenge!  Your flash challenge prompt is: sweetheart.  Give me 100 words or a graphic and I’ll reward you with my undying love and admiration. 

2. Last week’s challenges:

3. Big Buddy 34%!  How are we doing?  Me?  Hahahaha… yeah, not even close.

asphaltcowgrrl –  5,100
agdhani –    17,000
sharpiesgal –     1,700
cmk418 –      1,700
bizarra –     3,400
jennytork –   5,100
flipflop_diva –  3.400
simplyn2deep – 850

February’s post is here, there’s always time to join in!

4. The Daily Count challenge reminder is here in case you need to check and see when you’re up next.

5. Our first challenge of the year is Rare Pairs!  You can find Haldoor’s initial post here.  She’s been posting prompts regularly, too, so please check the tag here for inspiration.

I think that’s all for now.  Chime in below and let us know how you’re doing and what your plans are for this week.  I’ve got a busy week ahead of me.  Need to find Valentine’s for my girls and prepare for my kid turning twenty in ten days.  TWENTY GUYS.  *sobs*  Hopefully you have a much less emotional February.  Hah!
Hawaii Five 0::Steve::term of endearment

Word of the Day 02/10/20 Diverge

Diverge (verb)
di·verge [dih-vurj, dahy-]
(previously 06-01-13)

verb (used without object)
1. to move, lie, or extend in different directions from a common point; branch off.
2. to differ in opinion, character, form, etc.; deviate.
3. Mathematics. (of a sequence, series, etc.) to have no unique limit; to have infinity as a limit.
4. to turn aside or deviate, as from a path, practice, or plan.

verb (used with object)
5. to deflect or turn aside.

OTHER WORDS FROM DIVERGE
non·di·verg·ing, adjective
un·di·verg·ing, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH DIVERGE
1. digress
2. diverse

WORDS RELATED TO DIVERGE
veer, deviate, stray, radiate, differ, dissent, disagree, vary, fork, swerve, depart, divide, separate, bifurcate, divagate, spread, digress, part, split, branch

SYNONYMS FOR DIVERGE
See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com
1. separate, deviate, fork.

SYNONYM STUDY FOR DIVERGE
4. See deviate.

Origin: 1655–65; < Medieval Latin divergere, equivalent to Latin di- di- + vergere to incline

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
1MW-rare pairs
  • haldoor

Rare Pairs Prompt #13

I'm looking forward to hearing how you're all doing, and to handing out any short prompts today!

Here's the next 'long' prompt:

Rivals pretending to be friends


Need a short prompt or two? Give me some numbers between 1 and 150 and I'll give you some (hopefully) inspirational words. Note: some of these may be suggestive, but you don't have to use them that way, OR you may ask me for another word to replace the one/s you don't like, and I'll find you something that's more general.

The next long prompt will be in two days time, but in the meantime if you need anything else, comment here and I'll reply as soon as I can!