Temerarious Tuesday: Ten Thousand and Counting

27 Nov

Another new word for me and maybe for you too. Last night when I posted my Monday montage, I was just 4 hits away from 10,000 views. I know it’s not followers, but just the fact that something I’ve written was looked at that many times is just mind-boggling, or more appropriately, mind-bloggling. So, my temerarious attempt to share my words and thoughts with friends and strangers has become such a blessing. I appreciate everyone who stops by, but I especially love all the new friends I’ve made and interesting blogs I’ve found to follow. “Y’all rock!”
: marked by temerity : rashly or presumptuously daring
tem·er·ar·i·ous·ly adverb
tem·er·ar·i·ous·ness noun
temerarious people rush in without forethought
Origin: Latin temerarius, from temere.
First use: 1532
Synonyms: audacious, brash, daredevil, madcap, overbold, overconfident, reckless, foolhardy
Antonyms: careful, cautious, circumspect, guarded, heedful, prudent, safe, wary

Very exciting! Woo-double-hoo!


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