HIGH STANDARDS

Mindlovesmisery’s MenagerieandWordle        Wordle #73  August 10, 2015

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Use at least 10 of the words to create a story or poem.  The words can appear in an alternate form.  Use the words in any order you like.

Hurry, Clumsy, Deliverance, Cask, Evade, Notch, Lofty, Galaxy, Chamois, (an agile, goat-like antelope; a soft, pliable leather from any of various skinsdressed with oil, especially fish oil, originally prepared from the skin of the chamois.)Univited, Apple-Chaser,  (Someone willing to do anything, no matter how degrading, for any amount of money; named for the “road apples” left behind by horses), Jeer.

 HIGH STANDARDS

Slade said, “Fred was always so clumsy when ever he tried to do something in a hurry, but he always took his job seriously and came to work everyday.  People would jeer at him and call him an apple-chaser and it was certainly uninvited. ‘

Fred loved helping out with all the chamois after their deliverance from the contaminated zoo and he didn’t care how much feces he had to clean up from the new zoo grounds and place in the large casks.  He said, “he always tried to do a top -notch job and would never evade doing something just because other people thought it wasn’t very lofty.

Fred said, “I have high standards for every part of my life and my work, no matter what it is will always be accomplished with what I believe are high standards. You can’t have high standards without good discipline.”

Copyright © 2015 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

 

 

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8 thoughts on “HIGH STANDARDS

  1. I’ve been away for a few days. It may take me a bit to catch up on return visits.
    I like how you used the other definition of Chamois – I didn’t know it and looked it up.
    So thanks for the learn something new everyday!

    Thanks for your visit to the my third room(s). Children are often smarter as well as resilient to adults action or inaction, especially when the adults assume the child is invisible.

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