Tag: words
Prepositions, Squirrels, Kettle Bells, and the Subtitle of My Book
On April 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Once upon a time, not so very long ago, I taught school. Er, rather, I taught English. Er, humanities. Er, students. I taught humanities (which included English) to students. And I loved it. Which meant that, occasionally, I got to talk about prepositions. Which I also loved. Prepositions, you say? Why yes, I say. Prepositions. […]

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M is for Mutiny. And Merriam-Webster.
On July 7, 2016 | 2 Comments

  Here’s a relatively new delight in my life: Any and every time I type the letter “m” into the Internet search bar on my computer screen, “Merriam-Webster.com” appears. Instantaneously. (I know what you’re thinking: That delights you?┬áThat? To which I respond: Yes. That. And I realize it’s a relatively small thing on the epically […]

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