A Week in Dale’s Life – Week 29

Moving houses has been completed, and the feeling of wanting to settle down is now stronger than ever.

I can’t fathom how a nomadic person is able to survive the way he does, seems impossible.

Anyways, that’s it for now.

You have to realize, I don’t really go through the proper procedure when writing these things out, the current text that you’re reading has come directly from mag noggin’.

I’ve no idea why I included the last paragraph above (or even this one), I still suck at being concise, as you can see.

Good bye, reader.

Word(s) of the Week

  • coracle – a small round boat made of wickerwork covered with a watertight material, propelled with a paddle.
  • selvage – an edge produced on woven fabric during manufacture that prevents it from unravelling.
  • gadfly – an annoying person, especially one who provokes others into action by criticism.
  • perspicacious – having a ready insight into and understanding of things.
  • frankfurter – a seasoned smoked sausage made of beef and pork.
  • conflagration – an extensive fire which destroys a great deal of land or property.
  • articulo mortis – at the point of death.
  • impresario – a person who organizes and often finances concerts, plays, or operas.
  • chisel – cheat or swindle (someone) out of something.
  • hawser – a thick rope or cable for mooring or towing a ship.
  • lockstep – a way of marching with each person as close as possible to the one in front.

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