Hey, two dates is closer to a habit.
* Irene left us a day of rain, that’s it.
* The earthquake shook my work building, just enough to notice it.
Tonight’s dinner was what’s-in-the-cupboard: pasta with tomato-and-sardine sauce
We have a closing date on The House! Thursday at 3 EST!
And vocab:in·vei·gle verb in-ˈvā-gəl sometimes -ˈvē-
Definition of INVEIGLE
1 : to win over by wiles : entice
2 : to acquire by ingenuity or flattery : wangle
— in·vei·gle·ment noun
— in·vei·gler noun
Origin of INVEIGLE
Anglo-French enveegler, aveogler, avogler to blind, hoodwink, from avogle, enveugle blind, from Medieval Latin ab oculis, literally, lacking eyes
First Known Use: 1539
For this, I present Winter and Spring from Stranded World:
“Your hair looks really nice that way,” Winter’s littlest sister told him in her sweetest voice. “Brings out the blue in your eyes.”
He smirked down at her. “Thank you, Spring. But it will take more than that.”
“But I think it would look nice on me, too,” she said, saccharine dripping from her voice, “and I want to be just like my big brother.”
“You can’t inveigle this one out of me, sweetie,” he told her gently. “I’m sorry. It’s not my decision.”
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