Saturday, December 6, 2008

Fridays First!

This is a very special one from our youngest (so far) follower, 7 years old!

Well done and I'm glad you had fun with it!

unphiess \UN fee ess\
an unfair person who gets all the rewards when they don't deserve it

Whenever Martha and Charlotte played checkers, Martha was an unphiess who would cheat by making her pieces kinged when Charlotte wasn't looking.

Special mention goes to,

beckiwithani said...

cruffs [plural noun]
The ruffled ends of shirt sleeves, mostly found on 1970s tuxedo shirts.

"Oh man," said Becki as she looked through the old photo album, "I can't believe my Dad's wedding tux had those awful cruffs on the baby-blue shirt!"

1 comment:

  1. I have to tell you that my daughter is thrilled that she won! She keeps looking over my shoulder and reading what I am concocting and wanted to play along. She is a very high level speller and reader for 7...I think she might be back with some more in the future!

    Thanks for allowing her to play!