It’s Thursday and for that you get a two-fer!  Actually, the two-fer is a result of a very crazy Wednesday, but I digress.  Onward!

Today we have:

a space between two windows

Considering the fabulous defenstrate… this is hardly a surprise. And yet, still a very fun word to say!  Here is what exists in my office interfenestration: Two songs, two quotes, a tiara, a leafy vision board, a photo of mom, a writing mouse, an achievement, and several gifts… one from a macaw.  It’s like I Spy!

and also

smelling strongly like a beast of burden, especially a horse. And according to google, it relates most often to the smell of its urine.



Not to be outdone, I give you 2012’s Words:

I – Illeist 

J – Jentacular 

Today’s #fmsphotoadayprompt: DETAIL  a blanket I am trying to complete.  Reminds me of sherbet.

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  1. Interfenestration, I wonder if it comes from the French word for window, “fenêtre” and the French word for between, which is “Entre”? If so, interfenestration makes perfect sense! I love your word play on this blog! My mother in law, who is Welsh, has a word I love when something smells bad,
    “Pongy!” And it seems to fit whenever she uses it. I think I’d have to train myself to remember to say “Wow that sure smells jumentous in here.” Lol! Unless I think of using it like “anothercleanslate” mentioned!

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