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  • Worthy Words: Mnemonic Help

    Confused between all right/alright? A lot/alot? I have mnemonic devises to help–not to be confused with pneumatic or pneumonia despite the silent first letter. Word Processor (Photo credit: rahady ) Let the fun begin and the confusion end. 1. a lot–(first of all, it’s not a good word to use. Far too vague. But for facebook …[ read more ]

  • Date Your Husband

    “Relish life with the spouse you love Each and every day of your precarious life. Each day is God’s gift. It’s all you get in exchange For the hard work of staying alive. Make the most of each one! Eccl 9:9, THE MESSAGE). view from Elephant’s Head Marriage. If we’ve been blessed, we’ve been with …[ read more ]

  • Bassoon/Writing: What’s the Difference?

    Bassoon (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Playing the bassoon and writing equals the same thing. Note: I used the verb ‘equals’, not the weaker verb ‘are’…totally different meaning. Technicalities aside, how you ask? Glad to answer. Lonely time. You spend hours alone, creating, honing, perfecting. And you know you are GOOD. (Until you hit rehearsal or receive …[ read more ]

  • Eat, Drink and Enjoy Your Job, Eccl. 2:24

    line art drawing of carpe diem. (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) “A man can do nothing better than to eat and drink and find satisfaction in his work. This too, I see, is from the hand of God,¬† for without him, who can eat or find enjoyment”( NIV Eccl 2:24-25)? I straggled into work at Franklin Academy. …[ read more ]

  • How Grammar Literate Are You?

    The punctuation mark comma (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Can you correctly answer the following? Check the Literator tab on the main page for the answers and your score. 1. The Oxford comma is on that is: a) used only in England¬† b) an optional comma strongly recommended before a conjunction c) joins two closely related sentences. 2. A comma …[ read more ]