Words Of The Week✨

Unabashed- Not embarrassed or ashamed. Unapologetic.

Concatenate- (Kahn-kat-uh-nayt) to link things together in a chain or series.

Extemporaneous- Spoken or done without preparation. Unrehearsed.

Anecdotal- Not necessarily true or reliable. Based on personal accounts or observations rather than facts or research.

Sanguine- Optimistic or positive, especially in a difficult situation.

Feckless- Irresponsible, careless. Lacking initiative or strength of character.

Assiduous- Showing great care and perseverance.

My Choices:

*Brazen- Bold and without shame.

*Euphoria- A feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.

*Supernova- The explosion of a star. A star that suddenly increases greatly in brightness because of a catastrophic explosion that ejects most of its mass.

Those are our 10 words for the week, let me know in the comments if you’ve used any of them before. Let me know if any of them are new to you. Write a sentence if you want for extra cool points:)

Check out previous words here


Impression: Daily Word Prompt

I wanted to try out a daily prompt. I’ve been seeing them from The Daily Post but just haven’t had the time or motivation to participate in one yet. Well now I do! Today’s word prompt is the word “impression.”
I just wrote this poem literally minutes ago and I didn’t think about it or edit. I just wrote. Let me know what you think in the comments✨

Wrong Impression

I’m sorry you’ve got the wrong impression 

Faulty opinions; everybody has them


False accusations and allegations

That’s where I shut you down 

As I make my statement what do you say now?

Just an expression

You’re just expressing your first amendment?

Or you say that in that way, you didn’t really mean it

I’m offended when my intelligence is insulted

I’m sorry you’ve got the wrong impression 

I am a strong woman

I am not weak because of the fact that when you bark 

I do no speak 

Actions speak louder than words

Your soft little bark was not feared 

I don’t entertain you

You entertain me with your delusions and your words with no credibility 

You entertain me with your jealousy 

And I will be your confirmation 


I am an easy target

A battle with me will be like easily losing to your worst enemy 

When you’re so focused on me

You miss out on your own possibilities and opportunities 

Yet I still only wish the best for you

If for good reason, I’d be happy to finally see you smile

I’m sorry you’ve got the wrong impression 

I’m not the type to kick you when you’re already down 


Words Of The Week✨

If you’re new to my blog, or you haven’t stopped by in a while, last week I introduced something else I would be adding. Every week on Monday or Tuesday I will be posting a lists of 10 words (7 from word of the day websites, and 3 of my own choices)
these can be words I am just learning, words that I like or find interesting, or maybe a definition that I love. Feel free to suggest any words in the comments. This weeks words are…

Purloin- To take dishonestly; steal.

Ephemeral- Lasting for a markedly brief time.

Myriad- Constituting a very large, indefinite number.

Plethora- A superabundance; an excessive amount or number.

Dogmatic- Expressing rigid opinions or strongly held beliefs.

Opulent- Rich/wealthy and luxurious or lavish.

Grok- To understand something intuitively or by empathy.

My Choices:

*Snollygoster- A person, especially a politician, who is guided by personal advantage rather than by respectable principles.

*Zephyr- A soft gentle breeze.

*Azure- A variation of blue; a clear blue, cloudless sky.

Those are our 10 words for the week. Have you used any of them before? Any of them new to you? Could you use any in a sentence? Comment below.💖





Words of the week✨

This post was meant for yesterday, but since I took the day off here we are today. Most of these words come from Merriam-Webster, Dictionary.com, and WordThink’s words of the week but I will also be adding a few choices of my own.

So without further ado, let’s learn some new words✨

Tetchy- Bad tempered and irritable 

Sophistry- Tricking someone by making a seemingly clever argument 

Saudade- A deep emotional state of pensive sadness longoing for a person or thing that is absent (in Portuguese folk culture)

Upbraid- To criticize severely; find fault with (I honestly would have thought this was a hairstyle🤦🏽‍♀️)

Furtive- Done in a quiet and secretive way to avoid being noticed, typically because of guilt or belief that being discovered will lead to trouble

Billet-Doux- A love letter 💌 (oooh. Pronounced bil-ey-doo; I’ve also heard “billy do” lol)

Vade-mecum- A handbook/guide/something that is regularly carried at hand for ready reference (pronounced vay-dee-me-kum)

My Choices:

Ardent- Intensely enthusiastic or passionate 

Ineffable- Too great to be expressed in words

Oblivion- The state of being unaware or unconscious of what is happening around you; forgetting or being completely forgotten (I’m sure we all know this word but I just like it lol so it made the list)

That’s it for this week. This is what I will do, post 7 words from the websites I mentioned above and then 3 of my own choices. That way it evens out to 10.

Now we’ve learned words and basic math☺️

Have you used any of these words before? Are any of them new to you? Any words you think I would like? Comment below💕

Before I log off for the night…


Hocus pocus???

Nope. Holus-Bolus. 

Maybe I’m behind but this is my first time seeing this word. I decided to check out the word of the day again, since I’m always interested in words and especially learning new ones. 

One of the words was “Holus-Bolus” (I’ll post the screenshots) which means all at once.

The other words are lanuginous and specious:

“Downy; Lanugo is also an English word used to refer to the soft woolly hair that covers the fetus of some mammals.”

Or “superficially pleasing, but actually wrong.” “Misleading in appearance, especially misleadingly attractive.”

I think I’m going to keep up with the word of the day, or pick my own words. A few times a week at least. Hmmm🤔 

We’ll see how it goes.

Let me know what you think or if you’ve used any of these words before.