Playfully quaint or fanciful, esp. in an appealing and amusing way.
Acting or behaving in a capricious manner.
It's the end of a long week, and the children just want to have some popcorn, watch a movie.
But what movie? Then a knock at the door.
We have guests...
perhaps something whimsical, to entertain this merry band of Hobbits, Dwarves, Elves and wizard?
Usually large building for the storage of farm products or feed and usually for the housing of farm animals or farm equipment.
This barn houses two bunnies, and sacks of feed, shelves full of books, and a marvelous big bed for reading in.
Sometimes movies are played here, too.
1. Comes from the Spanish word for girl
2. Used by Natalie, the Chickenblogger to signify hens (chicken + chica
I blame the bunnies,
but the chicas are much obliged for this unexpected feast!
to spring free from or as if from the ground : jump (leap over a fence) (a fish leaps out of the water)
(a goat leaps for joy)
and they scamper, bolt, jump, balance, clamber,
chase, push, butt, romp, roll,
tumble, and frolic.
Happy Friday, friends. We wish you all the best adjectives, nouns, plural nouns, and verbs!
Sylvia, thank you, for the inspiration for one of our more random, and amusing posts in recent memory.