Cold and damp weather blew in here and the high today was only in the low 70's and it got down in the low 50's over night. The rain that we have been seeing the last couple of days has let up, but we got our share for sure. It wasn't a torrential down pour but a steady rain over a long period of time. I would say that the drought has been broken for sure.
On another subject, I have been wondering about words. The English language has many strange words, meanings, and rules. For instance, some words that are spelled the same, pronounced the same, but mean different things (Homonyms), like:
Bark, on a tree
Bark, what a dog does.
There are words that are spelled the same but are pronounced different and have different meanings (Heteronym), like:
Bass, the fish I like to catch
Bass, the low part of the music.
Wind, air movement
Wind, wind up a clock, etc.
Lead, meaning the heavy, soft metal
Lead, meaning to go first and the rest will follow. (He will lead them out of the woods.)
Then there are words that are spelled different, pronounced different, but mean the same (Synonym), like:
Assume and presume, to believe something before it happens.
There are a lot more I could post but I am going to post this now, since I didn't post anything yesterday. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?