Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Every Day

Did you ever really stop to think about the difference between Everyday (one word) and Every Day (two words)?

Everyday means:

boring
mundane
the usual
standard

Every Day means:

Each individual day
ritual
habit

So then you take a phrase like:

Make Art Everyday

You're saying make it regular, a part of your life's normal backdrop.

But if you say:

Make Art Every Day

You're saying make it a part of your daily routine, make it a habit.

You know, I have these random brain ramblings sometimes. Anyway, the challenge on 2ps today was to blog about five things that you do every day, which is what got me thinking about it. My five things:

I watch tv. (that's so bad)
I put my hair up in a claw clip.
I snuggle with my dogs.
I kiss my husband.
Brush my teeth.

Five things I would LIKE to do everyday:

Scrapbook
Exercise somehow, whether it's the gym, or skating, or practicing with the pole
Stretch
Cook healthy meals
Blog!

I guess I can list those as goals.

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5 Comments:

Blogger toners said...

great entry...I think I'll do a layout based on something like that - things I do, and things i *should* do! LOL!

5:27 PM  
Blogger amyjune said...

Thanks for visiting! Your blog made me laugh- and think!!

5:34 PM  
Blogger Sherri Meyer said...

great post and a little more thought provoking than the challenge question

6:39 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

That one is my pet peeve! I see it so often (everyday AND every day) that I was beginning to think it was ME that was bonkers...

Now if we can just get every last (not everylast) English speaking soul to read your blog...

2:34 PM  
Blogger The Mom! said...

yeah i think i probably watch tv everday too. or do i watch it every day? Hm...
: )

11:28 PM  

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