Yesterday when I wrote the “Unexpected” post, I only added a tadpole photo but not Ribbit as a frog. Its habitat was not picture-friendly, but it’s much better today with a water change. https://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/2019/01/26/lens-artists-photo-challenge-30-unexpected/
Hello! My name is Ribbit. My favorite things to do are pooping, swimming, eating, pooping (oh wait, I already said that), stretching, playing, relaxing, exploring, and smiling to those who admire my cute face.
Even though it’s chilly outside, flowers are beginning to make their colorful appearances.
Till now I used the terms bloomed and blossomed interchangeably. I finally tried to clarify the difference and turned to Google. Wiktionary placed the definitions side by side, and from it you could tell there is a slight difference in meaning; it seems like synonyms to me. Maybe you have a better way to explain the difference. If you do, please share!
- Bloom (noun):A blossom; the flower of a plant; an expanded bud.
- Blossom (noun): A fruit fruiting; a mass of such flowers.
“A flower blossoms for its own joy.”
― Oscar Wilde
Thank you Cee for your Flower of the Day photo challenge! https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/59080076/posts/34683
Thank you City Sonnet for hosting these monthly challenges!
Light Fury and Night Fury from
“How To Train Your Dragon”
This movie may be our first cinema experience, but the kids will decide once the movie comes out next month.
Light Fury is wearing a tiny backpack from Elly, the pink elephant from Pocoyo.