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Xeroflulogitis

26 Apr

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xeroflulogitis (noun) : When translated literally from Greek/Latin roots, this word means ” the condition of a dry flow of words”. Therefore, this describes that often cliched phrase of being “lost for words” or ” the lack of word-flow”.

” I believe I have been struck with a bad case of xeroflulogitis.

I had no clue what word to use for X so I googled merriam-webster. The first word that had any relevancy was xeroflulogitis. I think the definition of the word speaks to my mind today. Some may think “oh thank goodness”, but I find it frustrating. I would have to say the biggest problem I have with participating in the atoz challenge is committing to write everyday. I am generally more of the, when I have the words I blog, type of person. So this challenge has really pushed me in my writing. Like I have said, half way through this challenge I wanted to quit, but I have committed myself to this. Look at me now! Two days to go and I think I have done okay. I did get a few days behind but I am only human! God bless all of you and I look forward to continue getting to know all of you more!

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Posted by on April 26, 2014 in April A to Z Challenge

 

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3 responses to “Xeroflulogitis

  1. Starralee

    April 27, 2014 at 12:25 am

    Now that’s some word you’ve taught us tonight!! God bless you BIG! xxoo

     
    • Pen of the Sheep

      April 27, 2014 at 12:28 am

      lol it taught me too! God bless you too beautiful! Lot’s of love!

       
  2. Men of One Accord

    April 27, 2014 at 7:27 pm

    🙂

     

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