Relating to or affecting a nail, hoof, or claw.
Mid 19th century: from Latin unguis ‘nail’ + -al.
To paraphrase a similar saying, “To a set of clippers, every problem is ungual.”
[To a hammer,every problem is a nail.]
#IlluminatedAlphabet – Day 16
Pot, pan and pressure cooker!
A place in which bacteria have multiplied or may multiply; a focus of infection.
2 A place or situation in which something develops or is fostered.
Late 17th century (in the former sense ‘place in which an insect deposits its eggs’): from Latin, literally ‘nest’.
Festering, foul and flourishing, bacteria rapidly developed in the blemish, an unwanted and unsightly nidus.
(Fear not, Joe has been to the doctor to get it fixed. No gross images needed.)
Gardens and Goodies – a remix of a photo from Karen’s blog
Text on image:
Lovely potential in the pots.
Soon to be spread in garden plots.
May there be plenty sun and rain
And your harvests reap you lots.
Illuminated Alphabet – O is for Orbit
#Illuminated Alphabet – N is for No!
Today, I’m glad to share
Advice for all who care.
Try not to be heard as clamorous
When you want to be seen as glamorous.
spring running in rain
the weather will not be fine
#IlluminatedAlphabet – day 13
M is for Mountain and misty mornings on the highest peaks.