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We use idioms to pepper our speech and writing, often without even realising we’re doing it. These odd little phrases are used to express a sentiment other than their literal meaning. It doesn’t really rain cats and dogs, as the world and his wife knows. I’ve always been fascinated by foreign idioms; they give us …

We use idioms to pepper our speech and writing, often without even realising we’re doing it. These odd little phrases are used to express a sentiment other than their literal meaning. It doesn’t really rain cats and dogs, as the world and his wife knows. I’ve always been fascinated by foreign idioms; they give us …

I'll never forget this time last year. Where we were and what we were doing. I miss you darling

I'll never forget this time last year. Where we were and what we were doing. I miss you darling

pronunciation | ‘nU-mi-nus note | The word originated in religious usage, but it can be applied to natural experiences as well as supernatural. It can also mean “suggesting the presence of something holy or divine”.

pronunciation | ‘nU-mi-nus note | The word originated in religious usage, but it can be applied to natural experiences as well as supernatural. It can also mean “suggesting the presence of something holy or divine”.

♥ pronunciation | ne-‘mo-fe-list - (n.) a haunter of the woods; one who loves the forest and its beauty and solitude

♥ pronunciation | ne-‘mo-fe-list - (n.) a haunter of the woods; one who loves the forest and its beauty and solitude

pronunciation | ‘U-ton-E (YOO-ton-ee)note | I didn’t spell it wrong; euphony is any harmonious or sweet sound, whereas eutony pertains to words. It is either obsolete or obscure (and it was later adopted by someone who used it as the name of their “holistic method of self-discovery”).

pronunciation | ‘U-ton-E (YOO-ton-ee)note | I didn’t spell it wrong; euphony is any harmonious or sweet sound, whereas eutony pertains to words. It is either obsolete or obscure (and it was later adopted by someone who used it as the name of their “holistic method of self-discovery”).

Mizpah (noun): the deep emotional bond between people, especially those separated by distance or death.