SOBRIQUET MEANS “NICKNAME” – Marilyn Armstrong

so·bri·quet ˈsōbrəˌkā,ˈsōbrəˌket/ noun Definition: A person's nickname. IT MEANS "NICK-NAME." I suppose when asked if I have a nickname, I could lugubriously point out that "I lack a sobriquet," but I would feel like an idiot. Sobriquet can also be occasionally used to mean a place, like "The Met" rather than The Metropolitan Opera or … Continue reading SOBRIQUET MEANS “NICKNAME” – Marilyn Armstrong

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FROM VARIOUS PLACES JUST BECAUSE – Marilyn Armstrong

Fandango's were: Why did you begin blogging? What got you started? What keeps you doing it? I started blogging because I had nothing more interesting to do. I was retired and I had a lot a lot of photographs which I figured I could post. I have continued it because I turned out to be … Continue reading QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FROM VARIOUS PLACES JUST BECAUSE – Marilyn Armstrong