Just as the language never stops evolving, the dictionary never stops expanding.
Merriam-Webster added 455 new words in Octobe
“Run! Run! The lava’s coming!”
Excitedly, Erin pleaded. “Please, Grandma, we need pots to build a wall to stop the lava.”
“You have the memory of an elephant,” my husband, Khosrow often tells me.
I suppose it is a good thing, and I take it as a compliment. I remember places, recall events, and seldom forget a face.
Part Two of Safari Mike’s story of the Skeleton Coast.
This is CRAZY! It’s 5:00 am and I’m actually going through with it… the Skeleton Coast, Namibia. “The Land God Made in Anger”….
What was I thinking last night when I actually told Festus and Chris that I would try to find the herd of Oryx that “might” appear in the early morning.
Clare Hollister is an American Poet noted for his celebration of all cultures that make the “American Dream” possible.
Poems: Envision – Imagine all the possibilities. Homosassa – A name is given as an honor. La Costa Nostra – This is about a woman.
Sociologists categorize people into many kinds of groups for study.
This practice is especially common in the United States, where generations are classified by agreed-upon time periods of around 15 to 20 years.
From the Silent Generation of the 1920s, to the up-and-coming Gen Alpha, everyone falls into one of these groups.