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. Youâ€™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.Â I would welcome a tantivy conclusion to My Fair Lady and the upheaval of my household schedule.Â 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.Â We’ll probably not be home until late tonight, about an hour after the curtain falls.Â Â 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.Â 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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