The true harvest of my life is intangible-a little star dust caught, a portion of the rainbow I have clutched."-Henry David Thoreau
Dictionary.com is my friend, but I miss looking things up in an old fashion Webster's. :)
Something we always use, but take for granted... or is that granite or grand it... see this the need I was talking about. Welcome in the letter "D"... thank you!Jeremy [Retro]AtoZ Challenge Co-Host There's no earthly way of knowing.Which direction we are going!HOLLYWOOD NUTS!Come Visit: You know you want to know if me or Hollywood... is Nuts?
It's so easy to do it online or with an app now...Happy Easter!
Me too, but I gotta admit, the online dictionaries provide good support.
It has become much easier to do it online.
Well, if I'm on the computer, I'm going to just google the word. But if I'm not, I'm still going to turn to my Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. I have an old 1940's dictionary as well. Life & Faith in Caneyhead I am Ensign B ~ One of Tremp's Troops with the A to Z Challenge
I wrote about a dictionary today too. And I have a big, thick webster that is staying on my desk forever.
A library's not complete without one.
Sometimes you just need a big fat dictionary to thumb through for a word. It's nice to know there's one on a bookshelf in my office!
The little chick with her Easter bonnet is adorable. I wouldn't be without a dictionary, although I do use Google more and more. Happy Easter xxx
Isn't it sad that so many books are becoming obsolete. But the Internet is so nice!Smidgen Snippets & Bits
I still love my dictionary and use it more than my computer one.It seems if I am even one letter off it can't find the word ? So I like my dictionary.Also your blog is not turning up on my page so I am catching up.cheers, parsnip
Sadly, I can no longer see the small print even with my glasses. Thank goodness for e-readers and large print.