Word-of-Day-Challenge-Traffic

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vehicles moving on a public highway
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Light Geelong traffic. 

Traffic also means the amount of

electronically delivered communications. 

More specifically, by phone, radio, or in this case

the number of visitors to a website.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Joyful

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feeling, expressing,
or causing great pleasure
and happiness.
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Mostly the Christmas season is one filled with joy.

Weddings are also joyful occasion on the whole.

No not one of ours.

Grand children definitely joyful.

Hard to believe that Number 2 Son

is an uncle and…

…and No. 1 Son claims the

title of Dad/Father.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Snooze

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have a short, light sleep,
especially during the day.

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If only animals would snooze all night

instead of conversing with another dog

across the other side of town.

Snoozing lessons.

 

Cat gossip is so tiring.

Totally exhausted…

…and totally under the influence of wine,

or some such cooking liquid.

This was a drunken stupor and

may not qualify as a snooze.

Maggie was snoring loudly because

she had managed to ingest

discarded cooking wine.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Fortunate

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fortunate

*  bringing some good thing not foreseen as certain
*  receiving some unexpected good
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This warthog was fortunate that we

were only shooting with

Nikon and Canon DSLRs

 

We think we are fortunate to have

a happy and healthy

Granddaughter.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Warty

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warty

A hard rough lump growing on the skin,
caused by infection with certain viruses
and occurring typically on thehands or feet.
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Is a warthog warty?

 

Well, sort of, according to Google 

However, the “warts” that give warthogs their

name are actually protective bumps.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Speed

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speed

the rate at which someone or something moves
or operates or is able to move or operate
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While I would prefer to be in a vehicle

when trying to outrun

an African elephant

which can move at a speed

of 40 kilometres per hour…

 

 

…it would need to be a speedy vehicle

to outrun a cheetah

which can attain speeds

of 80–130 kilometres an hour.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Typical

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typical

having the distinctive qualities of a particular
type of person or thing.

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African elephants have larger ears

than their Asian  cousin. 

They are, in fact, simply larger.

 

 

Age doesn’t matter all Labradors love

to eat, sleep and play.

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