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Thursday, July 30, 2020

Thursday Thirteen brought to you by the letter F

Just a quick list today of words I like that begin with the letter F.
No!  Not that F word!

1.  Fabled - a great word to use when describing an old story or event that seems somewhat magical.
2.  Flabbergasted - One way to express extreme surprise and incredulity.
3.  Forgive - This is sometimes one of the hardest things to do, but granting someone forgiveness, even if it's just in your heart and not verbalized, takes a great weight off the soul.
4.  Faith - I believe my strong faith is often the reason I don't fret and worry as much as some people.
5.  Fret - You can see above I like to use this word.  It's akin to anxiety and worry.
6.  Frank- Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn!  Famous line from a book & movie that is being pulled off the shelves in some locations right now.  But being frank is also being honest.
7.  Fairy - Who doesn't love dainty fairies!  Or fairy dust.  Or fairy tales?
8.  Fervor- What a unique way to express passion, with fervor!
9.  Freedom - I'm thankful to live in a country where we are virtually free.  Freedom in  thoughts, freedom to choose, freedom to determine your life path.
10. Feint - I like this word, and I describe as something a boxer does.  He fakes out his opponent by feinting that he is going a certain direction.
11. Flummoxed - An interesting, if archaic, expression of confusion.
12. Fajita - Simply because I am hungry right now.
13. Faceted - This could be used to describe someone's personality or a shiny, diamond ring, among other things.

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7 comments:

  1. Freebird! lOVE THE f LETTER.

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  2. A fabulous 13!
    I sing that Janis Joplin song a lot, aloud and in my mind, and often when the Husband and I are driving towards the town of Freedom, about 30 miles to the east of us.

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  3. What a fun list! Lovin' the letter F today!

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  4. I wonder what would happen if we'd become a "freedom from" society instead of a "freedom to." As in, freedom from poverty, freedom from illness, freedom from hate, freedom from loss, etc.

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  5. #4 how does faith help you...I'm a Christian and have faith in God but not that he'll remove the injustice or make things right... he gave us free will so we could grow to do what's right, only people do what's easy instead. I'm not trying to be rude, I'm asking genuine questions here.

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