I have always been confused about the correct spelling of gray/grey. I’ve seen both and yet have resisted doing the research to answer which one I should use. The resistance comes because I suspect gray is more correct, but I like grey better.
So many D-words, so little time. Since I had a hard time picking a particular word, I’ve decided to include more than one. I think it’s okay, though, since I’ll do none of them justice so it will all balance out.
Today marks the beginning of the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. During April, I will be posting on each letter of the alphabet. As with last year’s challenge, I have no particular theme. Maybe it’s the Random in me that prefers to let the day’s letter inspire a word that inspires the post.
The sound of H is the sound of the breath. I’m not talking about the name of the letter, Aitch. I’m talking about the actual sound of the letter when spoken alone. It’s the sound you make when you breathe out to fog a window so you can write your name on it.
No, not that C-word. I guess I should have said C-words as in words that begin with C.
C. This cool character has the capacity to change colors. It can be hard (as in cruel) and it can be soft (like cerulean). It even lends this chameleonish quality to its cousin H so together they can sound hard (as in character), soft (as in cache) and even semi-hard (as in choice).