Monthly Archives: July 2016

INASMUCH

MEEThinks   July 31, 2016   8 Comments on INASMUCH

‘Twas the last Sabbath of July 2016. ‘Tis. I can’t believe it! Surely someone is ripping the pages off my calendar… or something. I want to share some thoughts today which might include some repeats. I don’t care if you don’t. If you do, you can just flip back to what you were doing before “INASMUCH” popped up. (And by… Read more »

The VASA

MEEThinks   July 26, 2016   4 Comments on The VASA

Several years ago a friend and I were visiting Sweden (my sister and her husband were on a mission there) for the first time. We saw some very interesting and beautiful places. I was especially fascinated by a very old boat which was preserved in a climate-controlled “museum” kind of place. The boat was called the Vasa. The King of… Read more »

FUN WITH WORDS

MEEThinks   July 15, 2016   4 Comments on FUN WITH WORDS

Below is a sampling of entrees from one of the Washington Post’s most popular annual contests, the Neologism Contest, in which contestants are asked to create new words with various restrictions. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. CHANGE A WORD BY ONE LETTER Guiltar: A musical instrument whose strings are pulled by your mother. Eruditz: A philosophy professor… Read more »

NONSENSE

MEEThinks   July 7, 2016   6 Comments on NONSENSE

There’s a magazine which has a weekly contest, and the responses are often SO clever and sometimes hilarious. They ask readers to respond and then choose one or more of the best responses. I decided I’d share a few of them “now and then.” And today is our first day to experience them. Hope some of them make you smile!… Read more »