mommyverbs

Engaging Each Day with Action Words

Define. The Beginning of MommyVerbs.

on July 23, 2011

“VERB: a word that characteristically is the grammatical center of a predicate and expresses an act, occurrence, or mode of being, that in various languages is inflected for agreement with the subject, for tense, for voice, for mood, or for aspect, and that typically has rather full descriptive meaning and characterizing quality but is sometimes nearly devoid of these especially when used as an auxiliary or linking verb”  Thanks Webster.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/verb

So, then…what’s a MommyVerb? … “a word that is characteristically the center of the family and expresses an act, a dream, an idea or a mode of being, that in various tones is inflicted for agreement with the day, events, schedules, chores, and that typically has a rather full descriptive meaning and characterizing quality.

In other words, a MommyVerb, to me represents a million different things that I do during a day as a part of being a Mom, an observer and an entrepreneur-wanna be.  Its all the things I do and want to do. 

Here’s a start. Let’s see what happens.

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3 responses to “Define. The Beginning of MommyVerbs.

  1. […] But I’m taking a moment to celebrate. Taking a moment to reflect. It started with one action word: DEFINE. […]

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