May 24, 2011

I have been spring cleaning my office for about a week now and came across a package of words from paper-source. I’d love to know what these words mean to you…If you are so inclined to join in would you please write your definition of the following words in the comments and I will compile them into a post with a link to your blog or a note of your name if you do not have a blog. If you feel even more creativity how about sending a piece of art that I can add to your definitions. I will also include my definitions in that post as well…..










and finally, HOPE…..

For me HOPE can be summed up in this poem by Emily Dickinson:

“HOPE” is the Thing with Feathers

“Hope” is the thing with feathers-

That perches in the soul-

And sings the tune without the words-

And never stops-at all-


And sweetest-in the Gale-is heard-

And sore must be the storm-

That could abash the little bird-

That kept so many warm-


I’ve heard it in the chillest land-

And on the strangest Sea-

Yet, never, in Extremity,

It asked a crumb-of Me.

Happy Tuesday everyone…….


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