March 9th, 2020

1MW-TEAM

February Count!

Firstly, I must apologise to everyone for being so late to post this. My only excuse is that I have had a lot to do planning 'The Grand Tour' for my husband and I, which is the 60-day Europe and America holiday we are taking in just a few weeks time, which culminates in, as I'm sure K would say (and I can't say she's wrong!), a week with her and other friends in a mutually agreeable spot! ;-)

Anyway, on with the count news! We didn't do quite the numbers we did in January, but it really wasn't far off.


We did MARVELLOUSLY!!!

Image word: 89 x 1,000. This puts us up another 28 from last month's figures, and while it's less than we produced in January, I for one, have a bunch of banners to make this month to reward our Rare Pairs challenge creators from Jan-Feb, so I need to pull my socks up and get on with those to make March's numbers look even better!

Written word: 336,530. We're up 179,369 from last month's figures, which is wonderful! It's over 20K more than we made in January, so you guys are on it!

1_million_words Total words to date 2020: 425,530


WOOHOO!!!


You guys totally rock and I know March is going to be great too! 2020 is looking awesome!

Let's be creative out there!!! ;-)
Hawaii Five 0::Steve & Joan

Word of the Day 03/09/20 Gree

Gree (noun)
gree [ gree ]


noun Chiefly Scot.
1. superiority, mastery, or victory.
2. the prize for victory.
3. Obsolete. a step.

Origin: 1275–1325; Middle English gre < Old French < Latin gradus step, grade; cf. degree

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Gree (noun)
gree [ gree ]


noun Archaic.
1. favor; goodwill.
2. satisfaction, as for an injury.

Origin: 1250–1300; Middle English gre < Old French gre (French gré) < Latin grātum what is agreeable

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Gree (noun)
gree [ gree ]


verb (used with or without object), greed, gree·ing. British Dialect.
1. agree.

Origin: late Middle English word dating back to 1375–1425; see origin at gree

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