Because a periodical log for a growing site is like polishing a bonsai

May 2022, week 2.

❦ Word of the week: "fleuron" ❦

  1. Type of typographic element or glyph resembling a floral heart used as a punctuation mark or as an ornament.
Etymology: Old French floron (Modern French fleuron), from flor "flower"

May 2022, week 1.

Word of the week: "Laureate"

  1. [as a noun]: The recipient of honor or recognition for achievement in an art or science
  2. [as a verb]: Honored for outstanding achievement in an art or science
Etymology:From Latin laureatus "crowned with laurels," from laurea "laurel crown" (emblematic of victory or distinction in poetry). In Ancient Greek, laurel crown were used as an honor symbol regarding intellectual achivement, due the properties the herb scent were believed to have.

April 2022, week 4.

Word of the week: "Cornucopia"

  1. A curved, hollow goat's horn or similarly shaped receptacle (such as a horn-shaped basket) that is overflowing especially with fruit and vegetables (such as gourds, ears of corn, apples, and grapes) and that is used as a decorative motif emblematic of abundance.
  2. An inexhaustible store : abundance.
Etymology: "Horn of plenty," ancient emblem of fruitfulness and abundance, 1590s, from Late Latin cornucopia, in classical Latin cornu copiae "horn of plenty" originally the horn of the goat Amalthea, who nurtured the infant Zeus.