Whoosh!

http://breakrich.live/2019 montale moon aoud inhaltsstoffe Whipped up rice pasta and green beans in a homemade garlic butter cream sauce for dinner. Made up the recipe as I went.

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canada day challenge check Made gluten-free brownies from scratch.

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double logement caf Cleaned out the fridge & microwave.

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http://burnboth.live/2019/05 imprimeur en ligne romans Ran to the grocery store for a friend.

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Even though I still have a pile of clean clothes to put away and I haven’t everything on my to-do list done…I still feel productive and happy. I spent the evening by myself, and away from my computer (except for the few minutes I am taking to write this).

doppel cd player check I’ll explain the “whoosh” thing now. Every family has their own made-up words and funny stories…well, for us it means to clean in a frenetic and somewhat haphazard way. Used in a sentence:

http://gladlittle.live/2019/05 kay flawless pr biederwolf farben landau “I whooshed the house so that when people came over it was pretty clean. I only had 15 minutes to do it!”

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4 Comments

  1. Umm…we have a dictionary in my family. Though I’m pretty sure that defining them here would still make no sense. 🙂

  2. Much of our dictionary concerns itself with the manner in which my mother pronounces specific words.

    BRAK-fust (breakfast)
    OYS-cher (oyster)
    CHOOSE-dee (Tuesday)
    ARN (iron)
    Cohen (coin)

    Other dictionary entries are mostly euphemisms. Probably not-so-appropriate for this venue. 😉

    The list goes on. Love ya, Mom!

  3. Oh, and I forgot one of my favorites: my name goes from one syllable to three:

    JOE-WER-JUH.