Monday, April 28, 2014

Roche' says he thinks he looks "hawt" in this photo.  What do you think?  He's quite the little pistol these days.

Someone (Wendy) asked me about MahJong.  I do still play sometimes.  I still love it too.  I am trying to form a regular game again.

Today's lesson for you is the word "spumescent" which means 1) foamy, 2) foamlike, and 3) frothy.  Here is the sentence they gave: 
The usually gentle waterfall, clearly visible in the moonlight and icily shimmering, had been transformed into a phenomenal spumescent cascade that was magnificent yet uncanny in its magnitude.
-- Barbara Taylor Bradford, A Woman of Substance
And here is my sentence:  As she sat at the small round table daydreaming about her upcoming cruise the handsome waiter brought her a large piece of yellow cake without frosting and a cup of spumescent lightly sweetened cappuccino in a beautiful china cup which she completely enjoyed while people watching and trying not to think about the fact that she had to pee really really bad and didn't want to go into the public restroom because she had this huge fear of germs and that they might just spumescent-ly jump onto her and give her spumescent rashes whereby she would have to go into Publix and buy that cream Sarge always teased her about.  Y'all.

Personally I like mine better.  Plus I should get extra credit for using it three times.  (That Barbara Taylor Bradford ain't got nuttin' on me honeychild!)

It is officially summertime in my world now, the pool is warm and crystal clear and the sun shines down on me and I just love every day of my life.  

Today will find me at the dentist getting my implants opened and the screws installed and then I have to wait two more weeks (approximately) until that heals before I get the final permanent teeth installed.  I sure will be happy when it's all done.  Save every tooth you can at all costs because the alternative is not fun.  Or cheap.

Guess that's it from paradise today.  Have a totally wonderful Monday.  I will too!


  1. Your version is much more interesting. Hahaha. Dental work, yikes. Git-er-done!

    Big hugs, honey...

  2. You are so weird Bee, "spumescent" . Ha,ha,ha. I do agree with you that your definition sentence is better though weird. LOL This why I love you my gorgeous friend. I can always expect some interesting words or sentences from you. You are great. Have a great day in the dentist office. YUCK! See ya.


  3. Bee, I am still Spumescently pissing and moaning about two teeth costly 5,000 dollars for me this year. My dentist says the same thing, save very tooth. but really there comes a time when I am I just throwing good money after be going through pain and time and still having dental problems. Whew , I am wore out writing that. I did like your romantic version better than Barbara's. LOL.. xoxo, Susie

  4. (That Barbara Taylor Bradford ain't got nuttin' on me honeychild!) Bwahahahahahahahaha. I can hear you saying this. I really can. Y'all.

    Roche is hot. He's always been hot and he'll always be a pistol too. Did you get him the new suitcase he wanted?

    Loved the new word and you did very well indeed using said word.

    Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and my very best to Roche. :)

  5. ha-ha-ha, I love your version:)

    Sorry about the dental work. Ouch!

    (hugs and quick healing wishes)

  6. Your version Rocks! Did you see what I did there? Never mind.

    Roche seems to have his own Bee! Or two even.

    Enjoy your perfect day. Well, except for the dentist part. big hugs xoxo

  7. Your version is definitely more descriptive! now I need to use this word. LOL! Ouch, the implants sounds like a painful process. Hugs!


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