The following will spice up your vocabulary:
Indigent - in poverty; needy, destitute.
Indomitable - untamed, ungoverned.
Indiscreet - careless.
Incertitude - an uncertain state of mind.
Infirmity - feebleness, weakness, frailty.
Insouciant - calm, unbothered, carefree.
Penurious - mean, miserly, stingy.
Perambulate - to walk about; stroll.
Peripatetic - walking about; itinerant
Pernicious - causing great injury, destruction.
Perspicacious - to see through; having keen judgment.
Funnies from the web:
Respect your parents; they passed school without Google.
Minister: I now pronounce you husband and wife. Update your Facebook status.
Spring is here; I'm so excited I wet my plants.
Barbershop message: If we can't make you look good, you ugly!
Legend on truck: Driver carries less than $50 cash and is fully naked.
You haven't had enough coffee until you can thread a sewing machine while it is running.
Looking way back: 243 years ago, in 1771, Harmon Greathouse became the first European settler on the creek which still bears his name: Harmon Creek.
Five years later, John Holliday built a cabin on a cove in Harmon Creek. So we have Holliday's Cove.
Dennis Jones does exceptionally fine work as Director of the Weirton Area Museum and Cultural Center. The weeks of Aug. 17 through Sept. 27 will focus on the history of sports in Weirton. With a modest contribution from First Choice America Federal Credit Union, Dennis is endeavoring to bring in speakers as well as sports writers, coaches and broadcasters.
Overheard: "I'm going to retire and live off my savings. What I'll do the second day, I have no idea."
Old friends and old wine are best. - Proverb
A single conversation across the table with a wise man is better than ten years' mere study of books. - Longfellow
"Did you hear my last speech?" I asked Rick E. Smith, whose video talents far surpass his golf credentials.
His insulting reply: "I certainly hope so."
An e-mail from a friend in Ohio: "Deadly terms used by a woman."
1. Fine: This is the word women use to end an argument when she knows she is right and you need to shut up.
2. Nothing: Means something and you need to be worried.
3. Go ahead: This is a dare, not permission; do not do it.
4. Whatever: A woman's way of saying nuts to you.
5. That's okay: She is thinking long and hard on how and when you will pay.
6. Wow! This is not a compliment!
Does anyone else get road rage from pushing a cart through Walmart?
Sign for rest rooms: "Men to the left because women are always right."
Words to live by: "You don't stop having fun when you get old; you get old when you stop having fun."
Here's an excellent wedding toast: "May you both live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live."