I also noticed it has a presentation page. "Presented to __________ By _______ Date ______." Who presents dictionaries to people? And why? Have you ever "presented" a dictionary to someone? If so, tell me, what was the occasion?
My friend Sharon invited me to join a new Facebook group called View from My Window. It's kind of like WindowSwap, but we put up our own recent view from a window, saying where we're from. Only one post a day per person. Next time I may show them this picture of Clawdia in her window with fall-colored trees between me and the tall buildings of Clayton. The sun was setting from the west (off to the right), casting shadows across our street when I snapped this view yesterday.
If you've ever had a cat, you realize how "helpful" they can be. Here's a photo of Clawdia, for example, napping on my clipboard while I was trying to take notes during a Zoom meeting. It couldn't have been the least bit comfortable, sleeping on that hard surface. But she did it, by golly! Just to be helpful, ya know. Okay, I know that sounds rather catty.
Word of the Day
cat·ty / ˈkadē / adjective = deliberately hurtful in one's remarks; spiteful. Example: "That catty remark was uncalled for." Similar: snide. Opposite: kind, complimentary.
The Sunday Salon — at separate computers in different time zones — to talk about our lives and our reading.