As some of you may have noticed, from time to time, Idiomation seems to go dormant for periods of time. It’s not that I’ve lost interest in Idiomation but rather that my son’s health requires that I focus my undivided attention on his needs during those times.
Where possible, I try to double up on entries and catch up on the missing dates, but sometimes that’s just not possible.
Thank you for your patience and kind consideration when entries are missing. As always, I appreciate my subscribers and blog visitors, and their compassion, especially as it pertains to my son’s health.
COOL NEWS UPDATE: On February 19, 2013 the Smithsonian website published an article entitled, “The History of the Flapper, Part 3: The Rectangular Silhouette” that linked back to Idiomation! On the site, it states “Smithsonian.com expands on Smithsonian magazine’s in-depth coverage of history, science, nature, the arts, travel, world culture and technology.”
EVEN MORE COOL NEWS: I’ve added a new page to this blog where articles that are linked to Idiomation are identified. While there are many articles already listed, there are countless others that are still out there, waiting to be found and added to the list. Here’s the LINK to the new page: https://idiomation.wordpress.com/friends-of-idiomation/idiomation-used-as-a-source/
COOL BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEWS: I’d added a new page to this blog that captures screenshots from articles where word seems to be wrong. It may be wrong; it may be right. Idiomation will take a look at what at least two dictionaries have to say about the word usage. Here’s the LINK to the new page: https://idiomation.wordpress.com/think-thank-thunk/
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