This image fits today’s post perfectly. See the reflections? AND, you’re about to start reflecting on what this can possibly mean!
What adverb phrase (an adverb tells HOW a noun does something) does this photo represent? EMAIL your answers and leave a comment designed to either help or confuse your fellow game players.
The first contestant to EMAIL me the right answer wins a featured link in my blog which will display until next Monday when weâ€™ll play this little game again. Enjoy.
PLEASE, do not write your guess in the comments. It spoils the game for the other players. Your guesses will be shared when the game ends.
Hint #1: adverb-phrase: “topsy-turvy”, “bent out of shape”, “over the top”, etc. Hint #2: you’re going to flip when you see how easy the answer is! Hint #3: It’s Almost like falling in love.
August 18th, 2008 at 4:48 a.m. â€” Betty – mirror image
August 18th, 2008 at 6:46 a.m. â€” Melli – on edge; hanging by a thread
August 18th, 2008 from 8:26 a.m. to 9:14 a.m. â€” Doug – flip-flop; quarterback; quarterview; shave and a haircut, two bits; two sides of the same coin; for a change; heads & tails; by a coin-toss; on the flip-side; two-bit insult; from both-sides now; flipped-out; quarterview; back-and-forth; LMNOP; two-fourths; Washington’s nose-like; E pluribus unum; head over tail; ass over tea-kettle
August 18th, 2008 at 9:14 a.m. â€” Doug – head-over-heels
August 18th, 2008 at 9:21 a.m. â€” Melli – head-over-heels; heads or tails; flip a coin; make your head spin!;
Quilly is the pseudonym of Charlene L. Amsden, who lives on The Big Island in Hawaii. When she is not hanging out with Amoeba, she is likely teaching or sewing. Or she could be cooking, taking photographs, or even writing. But if she's not doing any of that, she's probably on Facebook or tinkering with her blog.