Break seemed like an appropriate word for today since 1. I’ve taken a bit of a break from this blog (my last post was in July), 2. It’s the first official day of Thanksgiving break for me, 3. I’ve been planning Spring Break and it’s all I can seem to think about, and 4. I feel like I may have broken some friendships this weekend, or maybe just now realized something that had been broken for a while was.
1. a rush away from a place; an attempt to escape: a break for freedom
2. a brief rest, as from work: The actors took a ten-minutebreak from rehearsal.
3. a suspension of or sudden rupture in friendly relations.
[awk-werd] Show IPA
1. lacking skill or dexterity; clumsy.
2. lacking grace or ease in movement: an awkward gesture, an awkward dancer.
3. lacking social graces or manners: a simple, awkward frontiersman.
4. embarrassing or inconvenient; caused by lack of social grace: an awkward moment
“I believe that we can be extraordinary together rather than ordinary apart.”
[ik-strawr-dn-er-ee, ek-struh-awr-] Show IPA
1. beyond what is usual, ordinary, regular, or established: extraordinary costs.
2. exception in character, amount, extent, degree, etc.; noteworthy; remarkable; extraordinary speed, an extraordinary man.
This song will always bring me back to my summer in Sevilla…