Dream

Dreams always seem just out of reach
– but they don’t come by themselves, we have to catch them.

When I was very very young teenager, I dreamed of being at least 30 years older
so I could invite either Gina Lollobrigida or Audrey Hepburn on a date.

Most common obstacle for our dreams to come true
– might doubtless be if we haven’t the courage to pursue them
*Walt Disney*

Start where you are.
Use what you have.
Do what you can
*Arthur Ashe – american tennis player*

*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with “Dream” as the inspiring theme word*

Company

Thierry Omeyer the french goalkeeper “catched” at a handball match some years ago.
Goalkeepers need to believe in the company and need to be individualists

Individual commitment to a group effort, that is what makes
– a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.
*Vince Lombardi – american coach*

Without a kind of individualism added
– it could easily become a top-controlled gang or at least stereotyped.
Just to follow thoughtlessly, not always real company for any.

*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with “Company” as the inspiring theme word*

Where.?

Is this at dusk in the Scottish Highlands at the famous Loch Ness.?
Sorry it’s just me in the alsatian Lac Blanc last summer.

The Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie (scottish gaelic: Uilebheist Loch Nis)
– is a legend in cryptozoology and scottish folklore.
It is said to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.
Described as large, long-necked, and with humps protruding from the water.
Popular interest and belief(?) in the creature have varied,
since it was brought to worldwide attention in 1933.
Evidence of its existence is anecdotal,
with a number of disputed photographs and sonar readings.

The scientific community regards the Loch Ness monster
as being a phenomenon without biological basis,
See the sightings as wishful thinking, and the misidentification of mundane objects.

*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with “Where.?” as the inspiring theme word*

Inspiration

Window in an old neither abandoned nor newly modernized shed.
Paint either worn by wind, rain, sunshine or too tired to “stick” to the wood.
A dry creeper from last year, probably a wild blackberry.
Although it is glass-free, the window reveals nothing about what inside.

Time can an inspiration, but easily a warning too – if we don’t ‘catch’ the inspiration.

*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with “Inspiration” as the inspiring theme word*

Homonym

Crane, so some looking for a tall slim bird while others for a big machine.

*Debbie and “Travel with intent” theme “Homonym” as the inspiring kick*

In linguistics, so homonyms are words which are homographs
(words that share the same spelling,regardless of pronunciation)
or homophones (words that share the same pronunciation, regardless of spelling),
or even sometimes both at same time.

The word “fyr” has seven or more meanings in danish:
*fyr – guy, a male person
*fyr – a lighthouse
*fyr – an automatic oil or gas boiler
fyr – a pine tree
*fyr – dismiss someone
*fyr – light a fire
*fyr – a sterilized (two meanings too) male cat

First meaning can be used both positively and negatively.
A woman can use it about her “fyr” (boyfriend)
or about a bad “fyr” who unwantedly persecute her.

Not the whole truth but that these kind of words exist
– maybe can be partly attributed to the fact.
That many western languages have borrowed words
– originated from the Latin language.?
And despite all its excellence, it is a rather word-poor language.