Welcome to Three Word Thursday #53. Please join us in our weekly romp as we try to rescue lost and forgotten words from the dusty halls of antiquity. If you enjoy reading my story, leave a comment then click on the names of the other players and go see how they used these bygone words. You’ll be entertained (and possibly educated) all at once.
This is my story. All the other players posted theirs last week. I have added the Mr. Linky below in case you didn’t all visit one another. Enjoy!
- delenda: n. things to be erased or blotted out
- imbroglio: n. an intricate and perplexing state of affairs; a complicated or difficult situation.
- tantivy: adj. swift, rapid
If only my life wasn’t such an imbroglio right now. I would welcome a tantivy conclusion to My Fair Lady and the upheaval of my household schedule. I have been dashing about this morning getting things ready for Amoeba (he is giving a botany final to his students), and soon I have to deliver supplies to the theater, pick Amoeba up from work — enjoy a lovely meal out together — then present our selves at the playhouse 2 hours before curtain. We’ll probably not be home until late tonight, about an hour after the curtain falls. I have 12 writing pieces needing my attention and all of your blogs to read.
Dearest Thom tells me not to try to catch up, but I will do my best to post a Strawberry Fife episode for you tomorrow. In the meantime, I will not put you on my list of delenda, but I must once again ask your indulgence.
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