Penultimate Defined

In the Old English–really, really old–penultimate is a word taken from the following group of words:

Please, please do not let this trip be the last daycation before the ubiquitous “they” find my weary expired body beneath a pile of lesson plans, curriculum guides, and academic resources.

At least, that is my best guess at the translation.

About apronheadlilly

wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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6 Responses to Penultimate Defined

  1. dorannrule says:

    I don’t know about the definition for “penultimate,” but your photos are the ultimate in beauty. I love #1 best, and #2 is a tie, and #3,#4,#5, and #6!

  2. “If I have to expire, let me die at the beach with the tide lapping at my toes –and the curriculum blown away out to sea.”

  3. tootlepedal says:

    Very fine photographs. I hope the lesson plans are manageable.

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