While helping my 7th grader get through A Midsummer Night's Dream, we came across the word, "gleek." Although these days gleek means someone who is obsessed with the television show Glee (i.e., a Glee geek), in Shakespeare's time gleek meant "make acute (even satiric) observations."
So....today I shall "gleek!"
We are very proud of Richmond's own Jason Mraz ....and he has a great song called
Geek In the Pink. So, would that be a "gink?" What about a preppy in pink....A "prink?"
Don't know....but it's a great song!
Living room mantel So much for interesting posts in December! I will have to pick that up in January... Busy, busy, busy getting ready f...
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