May 3rd, 2021

penguin

Monday, Monday, Monday!

Happy Monday!  Can you believe it’s May already?  With the 90+ temps here, I sure know it is!

Reminders:

1. Flash Challenge!  Your flash challenge prompt is: herbs.  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 is at 10%.  How are you doing?  It’s way early in the month, so there’s plenty of time to catch up.  The May post is here, and you’re welcome to jump in at any time.  The more the merrier, right?

asphaltcowgrrl –  1,500                                                                                                                     
agdhani –  5,000
cmk418 – 300
flipflop_diva –  2,000
shanachie_quill – 600
skargasm – 1,500
blackrose_17 – 2,000
bizarra – 1,000
thatwasjustadream – 1,500

4. The Daily Count challenge has stared for another month.  Check the post here to see when you’re up next.

5. May’s long challenge is Bingo!  The rules post is here as well as the cards, too  Go forth, claim a card, and have fun with it all!

This coming Sunday is also Mother’s Day.  So, if you’re a mom to two-legged critters or furry, four-legged critters, I hope you have a wonderful day.  This will be a tough one for me this year, so if you have a minute, think a good thought for my kids and I would you?
Here's to another amazing week.  Let’s get at it and whip it into shape!           
Wee!

Word of the Day 05/03/21 Flocculent

Flocculent (adjective)
flocculent [ flok-yuh-luhnt ]


adjective
1. like a clump or tuft of wool.
2. covered with a soft, woolly substance.
3. consisting of or containing loose woolly masses.
4. flocky.
5. Chemistry. consisting of flocs and floccules.

OTHER WORDS FROM FLOCCULENT
floc·cu·lence, floc·cu·len·cy, noun
floc·cu·lent·ly, adverb

WORDS RELATED TO FLOCCULENT
downy, fluffy, woolly

See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com

Origin: First recorded in 1790–1800; flocc(us) + -ulent

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