Words, glorious words

In June 2011, I published a very brief post with a picture on. Well, they do say that a picture tells a thousand words. In this case, it actually told about 150.

Wordle is a very clever website that lets you find out what the most commonly used words in your writing are by creating a word cloud. Back in June 2011, I was frequently using role, X-Men and think. Today, I’d say they are film, watch and expecting. Why don’t you give it a go?

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  1. Hi, Claire:

    I’ll cop to a few of these words, like “film” and “cinema” and “favorite”. Though, I admit to shying away from others, like “best”, “disappointment” and “unchained”.

    Have you found a name for your puppy yet?

    We are all unchained with excitement!

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