June 10, 2009

disport \dis-PORT\,

intransitive verb:
1. To amuse oneself in light or lively manner; to frolic.

My cousin Mary and her fiance Aaron helped out with today's word of the day. They stopped over for a visit, and it's a sort of right of passage to star in the day's photo while you're here.

I do need to call out the Dictionary.com people for this one though: don't you remember doing a disport-like word just a little while ago? I do.

But this was a perfect one for Mary and Aaron, who, I'm sure, frolic on a fairly regular basis even when they're not the subject of an important photo blog. Thanks, guys!

It's a lovely day out, so if you happen to be frolicking or amusing yourself in a lively manner, send me your disport photos in an email!

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