Tuesday, June 25, 2013

X is for ...

Lately, I have been accused of being an xanthippe.
I've come to believe though that it is more beneficial to be xenodochial.

I suffer often from xerophthalmia.

Every so often I see a xiphosuran by the house.
I've never seen a xeme, although you'd think that is odd, considering where I live it is actually more likely I would see a xebec.

I also recently saw a xenurine on the side of the road, but I couldn't tell you exactly what it was, it was quite an unflattering pose, probably for [this] book.  But I was delighted to see this live young'n while on a Sunday drive.
Channeling Robert DeNiro ... "You lookin' at me?"
One day I would like to have an outdoor xystus,
surrounded by xerophyllum.
I think I would enjoy that.


  1. Great shots and very creative for X this week. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

  2. OK< now you're just showing off! Most of us have trouble finding one X word, and you throw around a half dozen! Well played.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

    1. Woot woot! Thank you EC for teaching me how to embed a link in a comment!!!

  3. Well, you sure put my poor little X into shame! Very clever!

  4. You're making us use a DICTIONARY!!! No fair! Boo Hoo...j/k

    abcw team

    1. Yes, but you are stretching your brain and making those neurons fire!

  5. Oh my, we have been well educated with all your unigue X words!

  6. And I was so pleased with myself for finding one more new word for X....Well done!

  7. You certainly have the X factor!
    Now I have to look up all these x-words!
    Wil, ABCW Team.


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