piquant (ˈpiːkənt; -kɑːnt)
1. having an agreeably pungent or tart taste
2. lively or stimulating to the mind
[C16: from French (literally: prickling), from piquer to prick, goad; ]
ˈpiquancy, ˈpiquantness n
Many moons ago, I recall our car breaking down on the way to Daytona, Florida. We were half the way there when the poor car made a horrific noise and died.
My dad hopped out his door and said, “no worries” then got busy. Can you really expect, three young girls and their female cousin, to sit still in a hot car?Uh, No! As Pop worked on the car, we went to entertaining ourselves and driving mom nuts.
To my disbelief, Pop asked mom to remove her pantyhose. He needed them to repair the car. Apparently, they could replace the fan belt. Which was the cause of our mid-trip excursion. Mom gave dad the hose and got back in the car.
Pop to the rescue. The car made it closer to a garage, fan belt was replaced, and we were on the way to a few weeks of fun in the sun!
Have a great summer everyone! Be safe!
Having Heart Issues is Rough in the Heat, You stay hydrated, but not too much as to cause Congestive Heart Failure. It is a delicate balance, plus, it is draining on your body.
I just got back from the Grocery store, and I am wiped out, ready for a Nap.
But God is an Awesome God, He gives me strength when I need it, To work through trying Times and still have some in reserve, too Assist my Wife
Thank Goodness for A/C.
Love you All. 🙂
My mother is a beautiful woman. She is funny, intelligent, and extremely determined. I refuse to discuss her determination any further.
I love my mother dearly. I recently discovered why we cannot have a good conversation. We are extremely alike, as well as my inability to do small talk. I always claimed that I am shy. I can throw that out the door. I haven’t been shy in decades and if I do not want to have a conversation, I don’t!
Barry and I visited with mom today. She made a delicious lunch and stimulating conversation. I took the time to bring the topic up. She told me that she never thought about it, she just put it off to shyness. She did point out that when I had something to say, I said it!
Hello everyone! It has been a long time. I was unable to type, let me change that. I could type, but I could not read. Here I am now. My eyes are getting better daily.
Life in Georgia is improving daily. We sold our house and rented an apartment. We got out of the yard work. I truly enjoy Mondays now. The lawn management guy, drives our sweet puppy crazy, when walking by our door. I think YEAH! I do not have to get out in the heat. Barry and I are no longer able to handle a large yard.
I made a massive booboo with my medication. I almost lost my life. I do not remember a thing, other than Barry being by my side. We updated our living wills and power of attorney when we got home.We also discussed funerals and what to do around the apartment if something happens.
Enough morbidity! Life is good. I know I am ready for heaven. I am ready for heaven and looking forward to it. Jesus is in my heart.
a bitter or violent criticism or attack; denunciation
[C16: from Latin diatriba learned debate, from Greek diatribē discourse, pastime, from diatribein to while away, from dia- + tribein to rub]