Mommy…just hearing that words…I’m a mom after all those years and disappointments. I will always and forever cherish that word
decadent – knowing something feels, tastes, or smells decadent rocks. It could be chocolate, mac and cheese, stuffing, smell of pumpkin pie, a dark, rich color on a wall, or the feeling of a cozy and fluffy scarf.
employment – when you don’t have a job and you want one…this word means everything. It means you can survive, even if it’s paycheck to paycheck.
faith – without this I would be lost, while I choose what and how to be a good Catholic, I know God is there for me and guiding me through life. He is there for my son and helping us see the good things around us, even when times are tough.
supercalifragilisticexpialidocious – love this word…all those wonderful syllables…when teaching high school students to break words into syllables in order to read or spell this word is fun to use.
foncy f-on-cee a word I use when something is beyond fancy and exquisite.
DIVA – a word I use to describe a confident and beautiful woman who wants others to feel just as good as she does. I think the word DIVA has taken on a negative tone when used to compare singing sensations or actresses. It should be positive, should be used to describe the woman who exudes confidence not because of her looks, but because of how she treats others.
confidence – just having it is a wondrous and beautiful thing and can make your own world a better place…and hopefully pass it on to others.
pleasurable – this word is just so much fun to say…either fast, slow, or accentuating each syllable.
home – it’s more than just a building, a place, a house/apt…it’s a santcuary, hideaway, peace, relaxation from the world.
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