Saturday, March 15, 2008

SUPER WORD SATURDAY!!!!!

Hey again! I hope you all had a great week! I have not had time to blog or sit and read all the blogs I so enjoy! I am hoping again that after today - I am hosting a Wedding Shower for Steve's niece - that things calm a bit down again! It has been crazy!!! Anyway on to our words:

Bekah's Word - Penultimate - next to the last

Bekah's Sentence - I am Penultimate in line at school.

My Verse -Genesis 33:7 Next, Leah and her children came and bowed down. Last of all came Joseph and Rachel, and they too bowed down. ( I always felt sorry for Leah. I picture her as a strong woman though to continue on even when she knew her husbands affections went to her sister. She wasn't perfect by no means, but I feel for her.)

Jeremiah's Word - Sodium Salicylate - a crystalline salt NaC7H5O3 that has a sweetish saline taste and is used chiefly as an analgesic, antipyretic, and antirheumatic

Jeremiah's Sentence - I took Solium Salicylate for my headache. (we had to look up analgesic, and antipyretic first)

My Verse - Colossians 4:6 6Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.

Have an awesome Saturday! If you live in Michigan, get out and enjoy the sunshine! Hasn't it been great lately!!!!!

Kim, Jeremiah & Bekah

5 comments:

Mari said...

I think that sounds like the perfect word for Jeremiah. Sounds like a chemistry thing! I have always felt bad for Leah too. It had to have been a very difficult life. There is a book in the church library that is written based on that story that's really good. If I ever think of the name I'll tell you!
PS - how's your Mom?

Denise said...

Another great word.

maudie-mae said...

I take sodium salicylate every day for my heart. I LOVE words--and I love your Saturday words.

Shari said...

Hi Kimberly. I was wondering how the Easter Egg hunt went at your church. Wasn't it yesterday? I prayed for the outreach.

Mel's World said...

EEK!!! Is it me or are the words getting harder?