It’s that time – another installment in the monthly prompt challenge Blog All About It from Anna at Herding Cats and Burning Soup….
I’ll admit it – I’ve kinda mailed this one in this month. It has been a crap year so far with far too much going on away from the blog, not to mention everything involved WITH the blog, to actually be ‘inventive’ or ‘creative’. All of my energy has been spent in the real world dealing with one domino effect crisis after another – and quite frankly, I’m tired of it all. But – because I did join up and adore this challenge – I’m going to leave you with some definitions of Sweet – including one that made me smile from the urban dictionary. And a photo of sweets – including an old-school lollipop
Having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey; not salt, sour, or bitter.
(of air, water, or food) fresh, pure, and untainted.
in combination: Smelling pleasant like flowers or perfume; fragrant.
Pleasing in general; delightful.
Highly satisfying or gratifying.
Informal as exclamation: Used in expressions of assent or approval.
Working, moving, or done smoothly or easily.
(of sound) melodious or harmonious.
(of a person or action) pleasant and kind or thoughtful.
Charming and endearing.
Informal: Infatuated or in love with.
Archaic: Used as a respectful form of address.
A small shaped piece of confectionery made with sugar.
A sweet dish forming a course of a meal; a pudding or dessert.
Used as an affectionate form of address.
An intensive used to express satisfaction, acceptance, pleasure, excellence, exaltation, approval, awe, or reverence. When used individually, the level of satisfaction expressed is most often directly proportionate to the duration of the vowel sound.
“Mashed potatoes for dinner. Sweet.”
“I just won a million dollars? SWEEEEEEET!”
Now go and have yourself a sweeeet day~
Reading this book contributed to these challenges: