Tuesday, September 2, 2008

D is for Dillybag

[dil-ee-bag] noun An Aboriginal bag woven with weeds, grasses, or hair - used to gather food. Also dilly bag.

5 comments:

Jaime said...

okay, serioulsy, ONE day??! How many years have you been married to my cousin and I didn't know about your incredible TALENT???? I'm up going to be purchasing the ENTIRE circle series...just so you know! Beautiful!

Jaime said...

Oh and LOVE the new blog look!

MERRIANNE said...

neat picture i love it and i love that word...

DILLYBAG!

isn't it FUN to say?? :)

Edie Keysar said...

I love this! can't wait to get our computer back and I can check this every day again. You always pick such good "unusual words".

Kristal said...

Jaime - We're coming up on 11 years! With the size of our family I'm happy you knew my NAME! But I'm glad we're finally able to get to know one another better.

Buying it? Really?! I thought it would be a cute table book. . .?

Merriane - Mind? I'm thrilled, thanks! And yes, dillybag is a cool word. I did a whole post on fun words, titled Bulbous Bouffant. You'll have to check it out ;P

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