May 17th, 2021

penguin

Rainy Days and Mondays

It's Monday agtain!  And we even got some rain last night, so I'm excited for today's post. 

For extra fun, I channeled a couple of my own characters for today's prompts. 

Prompt #1:

“Why do you always hurt me? And why do I always let you?”


Prompt #2:

“You don’t know how badly I want to use your head to break this glass”

Hopefully one of these inspires you to create something.  Have fun and have a great week.  
Hawaii Five 0::Steve & Danny::TY

Word of the Day 05/16/21 Inaugurate

Inaugurate (verb)
inaugurate [ in-aw-gyuh-reyt, -guh- ]


verb (used with object), in·au·gu·rat·ed, in·au·gu·rat·ing.
1. to make a formal beginning of; initiate; commence; begin: The end of World War II inaugurated the era of nuclear power.
2. to induct into office with formal ceremonies; install.
3. to introduce into public use by some formal ceremony: Airmail service between Washington, D.C., and New York City was inaugurated in 1918.

OTHER WORDS FROM INAUGURATE
in·au·gu·ra·tor, noun
pre·in·au·gu·rate, verb (used with object), pre·in·au·gu·rat·ed, pre·in·au·gu·rat·ing.
re·in·au·gu·rate, verb (used with object), re·in·au·gu·rat·ed, re·in·au·gu·rat·ing.
un·in·au·gu·rat·ed, adjective

WORDS RELATED TO INAUGURATE
launch, set up, dedicate, introduce, initiate, open, commence, induct, commission, institute, invest, originate, ordain, bow, jump, start, break in, break the ice, make up, instate

See synonyms for: inaugurate / inaugurated on Thesaurus.com

Origin: First recorded in 1595–1605; from Latin inaugurātus, past participle of inaugurāre “to consecrate by augury (a person chosen for priesthood or other office),” literally, “to take auguries”); see in-, augur, -ate

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
Hawaii Five 0::Steve & Joan

Word of the Day 05/17/21 Limerence

Limerence (noun)
limerence or li·mer·ance [ li-mer-uhns ]


noun
1. the state of being obsessively infatuated with someone, usually accompanied by delusions of or a desire for an intense romantic relationship with that person: Her limerence lasted for around three months before she actually met him.

OTHER WORDS FROM LIMERENCE
li·mer·ent, adjective, noun

Origin: First recorded in 1975–80; arbitrary coinage

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