This is when I tell you stuff and don’t make a story of it.
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I think that this website, Alliteration Applications, could be a useful tool for writers.
It’s easy to use and if you happen to need to create an alliterative phrase, for some reason, this website makes quick work of it by helping you find words that might work for you.
I’ve never needed anything like this website, but I do like goofing around with words, so I think it’s fun.
I think that the idea of granny chic, as a trend in interior design, is an unexpected throwback.
According to this recent House Beautiful article, The Rise of ‘Grandmillennial’ Style, there’s a trend toward embracing what might be referred to as old-fashioned traditional style. As such, chintz, floral wall paper, needlepoint pillows, and bright colors are in fashion again. There is a quiz that you make take to see if you are part of this trend; click on the title of the article, scroll down, find the quiz.
I would not enjoy living in a space with this particular decorating trend, but I don’t begrudge anyone who wants to embrace it. You go
I think that the number of Deborahs who comment here is noteworthy.
Yes, referring back to the poll question found on THIS blog post, Deborah, either full or shortened to Deb, is the first name spelled the same way that I see most often in my comments. There are five of you: Circadianreflections Blog | Debs Despatches | I am, therefore I write | Temenos of the Blessing Light | The Badass Widow
The name Kate was the winner of the poll, btw. But it wasn’t the right answer. Sorry, kids.
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Questions of the Day
Are you fond of alliteration? Do you even have an opinion about it?
What do you think about granny chic decorating? Is it a trend whose time has come OR is too cluttered & twee for you?
Do you follow any of the Deborahs mentioned above? If not, why don’t you change that right now?
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