Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Wordsday Wednesday

    Our fancy word today is impulsive. I'm sure that some of you have heard this word.
    Make some noise-IMPULSIVE!

   Impulsive is an adjective. It means to do an action without thinking. Oh and becuase of pupular demand I will give some history about the word impulsive. Impulsive comes from a latin word and it was first recorded in 1640's. 

If I would quit being so impulsive when I go outside I probably wouldn't get stick tights on my face!

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Wordsday Wednesday!

IGet excited because it's Wordsday Wednesday! By the way I hear that the word because is one of your spelling words.

Today's word is haughty

Scream it!

Haughty! Haughty! Haughty!!

Haughty is an adjective. An adjective describes something.

Haughty means having or showing arrogant superiority to and distain of those views as unworthy. That is a big definition.

I can crawl way better than Roar!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Wordsday Wednesday

This week wondrous word is overwhelmed!


Overwhelmed is a verb. Oh yeah, since this word has an ed as a suffix it tells me that it is past tense. So the base word is overwhelm. 

Overwhelmed means to take on too many task or overcome with emotion. 

Last June, I was overwhelmed by the news that mom was having a baby. 

Park and Paws

This week I drove to a town called Denison. They had a pawesome celebration!! Everything was all about dogs. They had competitions like cutest dog and best tail wagger. And a multitude of treats!!! I took the peeps and we were totally spent. 

One of my favorite things was that I got to eat my first pupcake. It was delicious. This scrumptious pupcake was carrot and apple with peanut butter icing. Mom tried to get her camera out, but she was too late. 

We met my friend Cannon Ball and V. Everyone wanted to pay attention to the puppy. That was okay with me cuz I was exhausted. 

Monday, September 2, 2013

Wordsday Wednesday

Today's wonderful word is revive!
Revive! Revive! Revive!

What part of speech is revive? Don't worry I'll tell you. Revive is a noun. Don't forget a noun is a person place or thing. 

Here is the most important part. Revive means to bring back to life. 

After playing hard all Labor Day Weekend, I slept and could not be revived. Haha! Or at least not until morning!