As I mention in my greeting above, L is for.....
exclamation - said to begin a telephone conversation or to express surprise, sarcasm or even anger
noun - to gain greetings in the way of hellos
verb - to say hello to somebody
origin - early 19th century from the word "holla" which was used to call attention to something
There are lots of hello-type charts available but I have chosen to show:
Hello Kitty Going for a Walk by Vervaco
Welcome House by Cinnamon cat
Adele by Kordek (Tilton Crafts)
(following on from her recent hit single Hello - get the connection?!)
My personal Ls include:
librarian - my job in both an infant and junior school. I love seeing children read - it's something most do not do enough in the age of computers and screen-related activities. Luckily, I've got two massive bookworms.
Lloyd Webber (as in Andrew) - I am a massive fan of ALW musicals, my favourite being the much under-rated Love Never Dies.
And my L chart is one by Lavender and Lace:
Angel of Autumn
This was a long-term stitch started before I became pregnant with my daughter and finished just before her second birthday. For your information there are 27,727 stitches. So sad that I counted them but this is the chart from which I first worked out my stitching rate.
By the way, some of you are crediting me for making up each day's phrase. I wish I could wallow in your praise but I'm afraid to say I'm simply copying a magazine chart! I doubt I'd be able to come up with these myself, especially considering the cleverness of some that have been and a few that are still to come!
A more challenging M tomorrow.