Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Sweet


There's just been way too many M's in our life lately! Sorry fellow Twelves, I just had to Shake thingS up!


And after all, you can't have M&M without an S.


So our theme this round starts with an S.  SWEET

The word sweet can be used as an adjective, adverb and noun.  There are many definition entries (too many to copy) so I'll lead you to a dictionary definition.  Follow this link.

6 comments:

Brenda Gael Smith said...

An S word! Showing us your maverick streak! But since I set such a tough theme for the previous challenge, I guess I have to just "cop it sweet" (see meaning).

Diane Perin Hock said...

Ooh, I like it, Terri! Another challenging challenge. My first thought is that I can revisit my "chocolate" theme and feature another wrapper!

Gerrie said...

My first reaction was not very positive. I don't do sweet as a rule!! Then I looked up the definition and one is:

pleasing to the ear; making a delicate, pleasant, or agreeable sound; musical.

I had a secret hope that you would select music and in a way, you did!!

Nikki said...

My thought for M was melodramatic. Must be from having a house full of girls. Sweet is a much nicer way to describe my darlings.

Karen said...

I'm thinking there may be some grandbaby influences going on here...

kirsty said...

Not sure where my earlier comment has disappeared to, but I LOVE this theme :)