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Word of the Day – Dec. 2 – Equipoise

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Noun: Equipoise (EE-kwuh-poiz) Definition: An even balance; equilibrium. Example sentence: Joe and Missy’s marriage is successful because of the equipoise they manage to possess, agreeing to disagree at times.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Dec. 2

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One day you will look back and realize that you worried too much about things that really didn’t matter.

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Word of the Day – Dec. 1 – Boon

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Noun: Boon  (BOON) Definition: 1: Something to be thankful for; blessing; benefit. 2: Something that is asked; a favor sought. Example sentence: I look at each visit from my grandchildren as a boon, not as a right or even a thing to be expected.    

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Dec. 1

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The mind is like a parachute. It doesn’t work if it isn’t open.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Nov. 30

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Be a good listener. Your ears will never get you in trouble.

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Word of the Day – Nov. 30 – Gravid

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Adjective: Gravid  (GRAV-id) Definition: 1: Pregnant. 2: Distended with or full of eggs. Example sentence: Unfortunately, many of the stray animals that are brought in to the local shelter are not only malnourished, but gravid as well.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Nov. 29

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It’s hard to wait around for something you know might never happen; but it’s harder to give up when you know it’s everything you want.

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Word of the Day – Nov. 29 – Impute

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Verb: Impute  (im-PYOOT) Definition: 1: To lay the responsibility or blame for, often falsely or unjustly. 2: To credit to a person or a cause. Example sentence: I was taught that the most dangerous thing to do in argument is to impute motives to your opponent.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Nov. 28

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Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.

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Word of the Day – Nov. 28 – Egress

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Noun: Egress  (EE-gress) Definition: The action of going out of or leaving a place. Example sentence: The company’s egress procedures are very complicated.

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