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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Mar. 7

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Nobody makes you angry. You decide to make anger your response.

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Word of the Day – Mar. 7 – Somnolent

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Adjective: Somnolent  (SAHM-nuh-lunt) Definition: 1: Of a kind likely to induce sleep. 2: Inclined to or heavy with sleep: drowsy or sleepy. Example sentence: George, the somnolent ginger cat, was curled up by my feet all evening long while I watched t.v.

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Word of the Day – Mar. 4 – A capella

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Adjective or adverb: A capella  (ah-kuh-PEL-uh) Definition: Without instrumental accompaniment. Example sentence: The audience quieted when the singer walked out and began singing a cappella.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Mar. 4

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The devil whispers “You can’t withstand the storm.” The warrior replies ” I am the storm.”

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Mar. 3

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Why should we only “Rest in Peace?” Why don’t we live in peace, too?

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Word of the Day – Mar. 3 – Lexical

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Adjective: Lexical  (LEK-sih-kul) Definition: 1: Of or relating to words or the vocabulary of a language as distinguished from its grammar and construction. 2: Of or relating to a lexicon or to lexicography. Example sentence: For her paper on youth slang, Elyse studied the lexical habits of her generation versus those of her parents and […]

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Mar. 2

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You can get fired from your job, but you can’t get fired from your gift. So find your gift and you will always have work.  

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Word of the Day – Mar. 2 – Glean

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Verb: Glean  (GLEEN) Definition: 1: To gather grain or other produce left by reapers. 2: To  gather (as information) bit by bit. 3: To pick over in search of relevant material. 4: To find out. Example sentence: Investigators have been able to glean some useful information from the seized documents.

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Sunny FM Thought of the Day – Mar. 1

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Don’t dance around the perimeter of the person you want to be. Dive deeply and fully into it.

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Word of the Day – Mar. 1 – Keelhaul

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Verb: Keelhaul  (KEEL-hawl) Definition: 1: To haul under the keel of a ship as punishment or torture. 2: To rebuke severely. Example sentence: Several key employees were called to the CEO’s office, not knowing he was going to keelhaul them for an error that cost the company millions of dollars and fire them from their jobs.

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