Not a word used in regular conversation - unless you work for NASA - but the knowing of it makes one feel a tad ...smarter.


noun  peri·jove  \ ˈperəˌjōv \
Popularity: Bottom 20% of words

Definition of perijove

plural -s
:the point in the orbit of a satellite of Jupiter nearest the planet's center 


Give yourself a bit of an edge with this handy infographic:  :)  Go get 'em!!

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  1. cause (an activity or event) to become political in character.
    "art was becoming politicized"
    • make (someone) politically aware, especially by persuading them of the truth of views considered radical.
      "we successfully politicized a generation of women"
    • engage in or talk about politics.


Accents are fun!

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There is a word for them!  

  1. play music or otherwise perform for voluntary donations in the street or in subways.
    "the group began by busking on Philadelphia sidewalks"


Words that make you go,"huh."

  1. Geology. an erosional scar on the earth's surface, produced by the impact of a cosmic body, as a meteorite or asteroid.



noun fahr-SER


1 : jokerwag

2 : a writer or actor of farce or satire


Grace's class presentation went very well, but she could have done without the snide remarks from the farceurs at the back of the room.

"Jerry Lewis didn't just play a nutty professor. For years he reigned as a mad comic scientist of the screen—a brash innovator who exploded conventions and expectations on either side of the camera, and a take-no-prisoners farceur who mixed slapstick antics with a seething man-child persona of his own making." — Justin Chang, The Los Angeles Times, 21 Aug. 2017





I thought this to be an excellent entry for today's WORDS:

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People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily. - Zig Ziglar

Hilary Hinton "Zig" Ziglar (November 6, 1926 – November 28, 2012) was an American author, salesman, and motivational speaker. An author of many books on the subject he knew best.  Here are more of his wonderful quotes and information about him on his website here:






I hope this helps you if you're having difficulties:


Some words are just charming.  This is one:


noun: cornucopia; plural noun: cornucopias
  1. a symbol of plenty consisting of a goat's horn overflowing with flowers, fruit, and corn.
    • an ornamental container shaped like a goat's horn.
    • an abundant supply of good things of a specified kind.
      "the festival offers a cornucopia of pleasures"
      synonyms: an abundance, a profusion, a plentifulness, a profuseness, a copiousness, an amplitude, a lavishness, a bountifulness, a bounty; More
early 16th century: from late Latin, from Latin cornu copiae ‘horn of plenty’ (a mythical horn able to provide whatever is desired).



Today we remember the 2,996 people that died on September 11, 2001 in the deadlest terror attack ever on American soil.  Today we will hear a lot of these words spoken: in hono, in remembrance, commemoration, etc...  What are the differences between these words?  Not a lot, but some:


Commemoration: an observance or celebration designed to honor the memory of some person or event
Commemorative: an adjective for an object or action acting as a memorial or mark of an event or person.
Remembrance:  the act of remembering; a holding in mind, or bringing to mind; recollection.
Memory:  Uses may be interchangeable with remembrance, as "in memory of..." and in remembrance of..."  

Honor: as a way to show respect and admiration for (someone) such as the first responders, helpers, and aide workers.



There is a name for this.  Who knew?  Now you do.  :)

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A concept to potentially live by in 2015 - Sophrosyne - it's an ancient Greek concept of an ideal of excellence of character and soundness of mind, which when combined in one well-balanced individual leads to other qualities, such as temperance, moderation, prudence, and self-control...x



And we all need to stop that:  

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"Don't wait. The time will never be just right." ~ Napoleon Hill




Something to inspire your Monday!



Don't feel bad.  I got "hyperbole" wrong once and was laughed at openly.  So embarrassing. Click the image below for the complete slideshow:

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Today's word is "Hate".  Let's look at it's very difinition:

  1. 1.
    feel intense or passionate dislike for (someone).
    "the boys hate each other"
    synonyms: loathedetestdespisedislikeabhorexecrateMore
  1. 1.
    intense or passionate dislike.
    "feelings of hate and revenge"

    hatredloathingdetestationdislikedistasteabhorrenceabomination, execration, aversion;

Let's roll all those synonyms around in our mouths and see if we want any of that in our lives.  I know I don't.  



Inspired by this moose - which is actually not albino, but rather, techinically "piebald" as it is all white with brown flecks if you see up close:

adjective  pie·bald \ˈpī-ˌbȯld\
1. composed of incongruous parts
2. of different colors; especially :  spotted or blotched with black and white



There's a word for that...

Phosphenes: the stars and colors you see when you rub your eyes. Who knew?__________________________________________________________________________________________


I love good puns!  Puns are...FUN!

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1. a pet idea or project.
2. a stick with a horse's head, or a rocking horse, ridden by children.
3. a figure of a horse, attached at the waist of a performer in a morris dance, pantomime, etc.
Citations for hobbyhorse
His face kindled as it only did when the subject of electricity came up. His hobbyhorse, Claire would have said. My dad would have called it his obsession.
Stephen King, Revival, 2014
If he had a hobbyhorse, it was that. He loved a garden.
Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey,
Origin of hobbyhorse
In Middle English one of the meanings of hobby was “small horse, pony” (obsolete except in dialect). By the early 19th century hobby acquired the sense “favorite occupation or amusement,” the current meaning of the word. This last sense of hobby was borrowed from the earlier hobbyhorse, which in the 16th century meant several things, e.g., a figure of a horse made of wicker worn in morris dances, pantomimes, and burlesques; a child’s toy consisting of horse’s head on the end of a stick or a rocking horse; a horse on a merry-go-round or a carousel. By the 17th century hobbyhorse developed the meaning “pet project, favorite pastime.” Hobbyhorse entered English in the 16th century.



A nice quote for today's Words:

Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them. 

-A. A. Milne

Esperanto.  Have you ever spoken it?  Heard of it?  Lookie here! Click the graphic below to learn more!



Finally understand your weird teen.  :)   (Also, know when they're exposed to something NOT GOOD!)

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Today's word:


MEANING: the rumbling and grumblings your stomach makes when things move inside your intestines — usually a foreshadowing of things to come.

OR, the thing that will happen to you if you eat today's Belinda's Jammin Kitchen item of the day.  

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