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Word It for March

Life will hand you lemons, and what you do with those is up to you. Lemonade? Perhaps. Mold? A possibility. A gift? Also an option.

Whatever the outcome there is a period of transition, a before and after of sorts — sometimes it is huge and others so miniscule you miss it altogether. So how to go about transitions? My only word of advice here would be to acknowledge them and let them take you for a ride. The less we mess with them the easier the ride will be. Don’t fight them, embrace them and make them you own. Surely the sum of your transitions, and the quality of each ride, is equal to the length of your smile.

Transition is the Word It for March.

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PUBLISHED ON Feb.26.2009 BY bryony
numismus’s comment is:

Spell Check:

While "miniscule" is now an accepted variant, most dictionaries will admonish you for using it instead of the original "minuscule"


On Feb.26.2009 at 07:01 AM
numismus’s comment is:

Forgot to make an obvious note: the transition of minuscule to miniscule is one only grudgingly accepted by the word experts. For the rest of us, it was a transition that went by unnoticed.

On Feb.26.2009 at 07:05 AM