J is for Jejune

04/12/2011


JEJUNE means nothing interesting.

Nada!

Tell me are you interested in these words?

JIGAMAREE – meaning a thingamajig; ridiculous

JIGGUMBOB – meaning a thingamabob; something strange

Jejune, isn’t it?

I’ll share with you what isn’t JEJUNE, JIGAMAREE, and JIGGUMBOB.

Would you believe it, I met a witch
She invited me to clambake feast
It’s kind of scary
Not her, the poetry
Her? Lunawitch, she’s beauty and the best!


For Lunawitch Poetry Month Clambake — Week 2!

Thanks Luna for the clam on Week 1!

shared clams

Nope, it’s not my poem that I’m telling you that isn’t JEJUNE, JIGAMAREE, and JIGGUMBOB.

It’s Luna’s  Epic Lyrical Poem — her own life story in HERE HERE HERE!

If I got only one wish this month here in blogland it is this —

I wish you’ll check her

It’s not for her but for you

PLEASE go and say Hi


Everyone, there’s no way you could be jejune!

🙂

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Warning: This is a FLOCCINAUCINIHILIPILIFICATION post!

Meaning something that is worthless or trivial or unimportant.

Why waste so much effort in writing and pronouncitiaticazating er pronouzing — Ok, in saying it! In saying it to describe something trivial? Oh men why do we make our lives so complicated?

Is there a need to say, “You are floccinaucinihilipilification too!” to somebody who said that you are floccinaucinihilipilification? That you are not good enough? That you are not beautiful?

Yes you can but be sure that you can pronounce it perfectly! I could not *sigh*.

Otherwise let’s just move on and accept that we can’t demand others to love us.

But never stop loving and doing something and appreciating and believing and…

FORGIVE the floccinaucinihilipilification, you are beautiful.

FORGET the floccinaucinihilipilification, you are amazing.

Go ahead be beautifully amazing. You are originally designed as such by the Artist.

🙂


Clap! Clap! Clap! Clap! Clap! Clap! Clap!

I’m clapping for you who are reading this! I’m so happy that you are well today!

We clap to show our appreciation and amusement. We usually do it for others but it’s good to clap for ourselves too. See what it can do to you by clapping the moment you wake up and say your praise or declare that, “I will have a wonderful day today! I will make it happen!”

Not all though is happy to see you clapping. If this makes you uneasy then practice one hand clapping which now brings us to the age-old question, “What is the sound of one hand clapping?”

Now please allow me to clap in appreciation for a wonderful C blessing — Creative Blog Award!

Thank you so much Deirdra of A Storybook World! Deirdra is a professional writer and illustrator and looks like she is a fairy too — see her fairy wings!

Oh God I feel so C today — CONTENTED. Far from what I felt a few years ago…

When I was a little miss
I had only one Sunday dress
Its color is yellow
And I love it so
Each Sunday I was excited
Smiling as I get dressed
I felt like a princess
With my yellow dress
When I turned into a woman
I had more clothes than some
But funny how I felt less
Stressed and depressed
Having more isn’t being more
If inside I felt so poor.

 

For Jingle Poetry on Photographs, Memories, and Nostalgia.

Can we now CHEER UP and CLAP? One or two hands, it’s good for us!

🙂


AND SO ARE YOU!

Colleens’s Chatter Blog
JMJ Book Log
Maggs World
Shoes for Imaginary Life
By’s Highered Blog
God Is My Life
Faith Dream’s Blog
Embracing Myself
Say Something
Life’s Little Pieces
Lulu’s Musings
denverlori’s Blog
Supergoddess Me
Love Me Anyway
Amy Sorrells
We Are Made of Paper
Peachbutter Studio Arts
Echo Stains Blog
Artist at Exit O Riverblog
little paper planes
Red Awakening: from existing to living
As the Crow Flies
Jaclyn Rae’s Blog
Finding Strength to Stand Again
Emet
Soul Diaries
Be Fearful of Mediocrity
E Stelling
Linda Kruschke’s Blog
Tonirand’s Blog
Deb’s Blog
Moore to Ponder
Creativity to the Max
The Treasure Within
Mariqia

With gladness in my heart I am passing to you the award!

May it brighten your day, and your night, and your dawn just like it did mine when these 19 wonderful versatile people shared the award to me — Blaga, Magdalena, Becca, Luna, Paulo, Lady Nimue, Bodhirose, Cold Dead Heart, Rashmi, Chimnese, Linda, Carleen, Louise, Pat, Dragonkatet,  AB Thomas , Chris , Chimnese and Pett. To the magic 19, thank you so much for bringing smiles and good thoughts!

RULES:

  1. Thank the person who awarded you and link back to them in your post.
  2. Tell 7 random facts about yourself.
  3. Pass the award on to 15 new found bloggers.
  4. Contact each blogger you want to pass the award on to and let them know you’ve done so, and let the giver of your award know you accept it.

You really think I won’t bend the rules? Come on, of course I will! 🙂
1. Old (not pertaining to age) blogger to whom I passed the award, shhhh.
2. If you can’t post this please share your 7  random facts in the comments.
3. If you don’t want to post or share your 7 please just listen to this.

And here’s the 7 ordinary facts about me:

One day I’ll manage my own wellness spa.
Two-timer, I am not. Too crazy, maybe.
The Three Little Kittens, I enjoyed reciting to my kiddos.
Four months to go before my 1st year blogoversary.
Five years, that’s how long it took me to graduate as an engineer.
Six course meal, that I can prepare for any occasion.
Seven times, I already forgave more than that! Seventy seven times? Oh Oh Oh

🙂


I am scared

I am busy

I am nobody

I don’t matter

I will fail

I am not good enough…

Don’t wear your Iglasses

and make endless excuses

why you’re not honoring the gifts

that you have been blessed.

Please try at least, don’t resist

or better yet, use contactSense.

For Thursday Poets Rally Week 39.

For my fears and for failing to vote for The Celebrate Poet of Spring in 2011!

I failed and still I am blessed to be one of the winners! How amazing is that?

Thank God for the holy pen that won me a cool penguin!

Thank God for the cool and wonderful poets who voted for me!

Here they are to guide you to their poems that gave me a smile!

Jingle

Dragon’s Dream

Scent of My Heart

David (1MereMortal)

Cheryl

Rashmi

Pat Cegan

Ina

Chimnese

Becca Givens

Olivia

Lolamouse

Jamie Dedes

Life: Between the lines

Rhyme Me a Smile

Thank you so much and congratulations to everyone!

Click, check, and smile!

🙂

Full Thank

02/23/2011


Perfect Poet huh?

Blessed with pleasant surprise

I smile and bow.

 

Thank you soooo much arbiters of Poets Rally Week 38  for The Perfect Poet Award! Thank you for appreciating my pawn LIFE IS A GAME OF CHESS! Checkmate…I won! And I nominate Lonely Recluse!

There is no limit

to gifts that may be given

the Source overflows.

 

Thank you God for the gifts each day!

Are you now ready

for the shower of blessings?

Yes? It will be cool!

 

Thank you friends for appreciating your blessings!

🙂

 

 


Tara has been doing that and beyond.

Tara is a wife to a member of US Navy and a young mom of 2 beautiful daughters.

Tara was a stroke patient who learned to walk again. Her left side of the body once lost the ability to feel thus, burnt herself a number of times.

Tara has a sight loss.

Tara has prosopagnosia meaning she will never see the same face twice — not even her own face. So never get tired of meeting her again and again and again. You will be glad that you meet her anyway — again and again and again!

Tara’s words are full of hope and wisdom. She said this, “I am glad to realize that even though you may not have sight, does not mean that you cannot have a vision.” And this, “Remember we all lose something at times; however, when that loss has cleared away, what is remaining may turn into our newest prized possessions.”

Tara’s incredible spirit of positivity can inspire us to push our limit of what we think we are capable of doing; of giving thanks; of celebrating. Maybe we can learn from her. She actually wants us to celebrate with her — hear her here.
🙂

Tara, in our language it means ‘LET’S GO’. Shall we now go to her and say Hi? Don’t be surprised if you find her awesome because she truly is!

🙂