Saturday – What a Day!

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Dear Daughter

Don’t Saturday morning’s make life great? The week is behind you, and sure you got all kinds of stuff you need to get done over the weekend, but that’s what Sundays are for! Enjoy your Saturdays! There are many people out there, like your father, who work weekends; although I know that you and your brother do not consider what I do work!  Anyway, I do still enjoy waking up and knowing it’s Saturday morning and I hope that you are also attaining some happiness from that realization. Hopefully you will carve out some time today to enjoy part of the weekend before getting to your task list – especially when it’s as gorgeous as it is today. Enjoy your Saturday kiddo.

Working Dad


New Word of the Day: 

Didactic (adjective)

  1. intended for instruction; instructive: didactic poetry. 
  2. inclined to teach or lecture others too much: a boring, didactic speaker.
  3. teaching or intending to teach a moral lesson.  
  4. didactics, (used with a singular verb) the art or science of teaching.

Previous Words of the Day: 

Superfluous (adjective)

  1. being more than is sufficient or required; excessive. 
  2. unnecessary or needless. 
  3. Obsolete. possessing or spending more than enough or necessary; extravagant.

Incongruous (adjective)

  1. out of keeping or place; inappropriate; unbecoming:
    an incongruous effect; incongruous behavior.
  2. not harmonious in character; inconsonant; lacking harmony of parts:
    an incongruous mixture of architectural styles.
  3. inconsistent:
    actions that were incongruous with their professed principles.

Deference  (noun):

  1. respectful submission or yielding to the judgment, opinion, will, etc., of another.
  2. respectful or courteous regard: “in deference to my dad’s wishes, I did not correct his misspelling.”

Acquiesce  (verb): to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent: “to acquiesce halfheartedly in a business plan.”

Magnanimous  (adjective)
  1. generous in forgiving an insult or injury; free from petty resentfulness or vindictiveness: “to be magnanimous toward one’s enemies.”
  2. high-minded; noble: “just and magnanimous ruler.”
  3. proceeding from or revealing generosity or nobility of mind, character, etc.: “magnanimous gesture of forgiveness.”


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