[ párrə dim ]
- typical example: a typical example of something
- model that forms basis of something: an example that serves as a pattern or model for something, especially one that forms the basis of a methodology or theory
- set of all forms of word: a set of word forms giving all of the possible inflections of a word
So lets get this month's goals onto paper!
A review from April:
- Finish editing my short story. X
So I didn't finish editing my story, but I memorized my music (and the recital went fabulously!). No questions for editors, but I did hunt around a little bit for somewhere to publish my short story. I ran every other day or so in April. And I completed the semester with all A's!!!! So the two biggest ones got done.
Okay, goals for July:
- Do laundry once a week (I tossed a ton of clothes getting ready to move to a dorm, so clothing is scarce).
- Write my sf short story for my Science Fiction class (First draft this week).
- Run three times a week (starting...tomorrow?).
- Start my book (uh...tonight? Yes, tonight!).
Paradigm is a new word I just learned, though I must sat macabre will always have a place in my heart. Do any of you have favorite words that you are particularly fond of?