Help -- A hand up, a little boost, and comfort along the way
Holy Spirit -- The Counselor Who never leaves
Hospitality -- Why does this word include "hospital"? That's not where I want to enjoy any hospitality.
Education can doesn't just cover ducks and cats.
Enumerate (generally) has nothing to do with numbers and elaborate has nothing to do with Labradors.
Epiphany -- I love learning new things!
Dead-ends -- Physical and otherwise are so frustrating.
Deceived -- Because it is so easy to do and to be.
Dusting -- Chores of any kind actually.
We are chosen by God.
Chosen for Christ-like character and
Courageous lives that will
Count for eternity.
Aardvark -- I ask you: Why two As?
Accept -- Pronounced the same except it's spelled differently...who did this to us?
Aunt -- Why is my mother's sister verbally reduced to an insect?
Three is a crowd...if we are talking about people. But a group of ravens is an "unkindness" and a crowd of eagles is a "convocation". Cobras come in "quivers", porcupines in "prickles", toads in "knots", and kangaroos in "troops". The point is I think we need more creative names for crowds of people (but not like skunks who are called "a stench" or hippos, unflatteringly, referred to as a "bloat"). I guess we do have "conventions", but what about a "kindness", "pickles", or "bows"?
You can say something witty (which is an adjective). Or you may not care one whit (which is a singular noun). And you can live by your wits or be at the end of your wits (both plural nouns).
But what is a wit? Is it kind of like a whisker -- that you escape by? Or maybe more like a brain whisker...that way it could be singular and plural and a descriptor. Anyway, that's all the wit I have for today. Enjoy your week :0)
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