Hump Day Happenings, a New Novel, a Smile, & more…

camelSome say the term Hump Day was coined in 1965. In Frederic G. Cassidy’s Dictionary of American Regional English, Volume I, he says Hump Day was used by counselors at summer camp to mean Wednesday. I lived and worked at a summer camp and yes, we said that on Wednesdays. I don’t know about it being coined there. I’ve found other references that say it goes back to the 1940’s. No citations though. No matter where this term came from, it’s the official half-way mark in the workweek and the weekend is on the other side of that little hill.

I saw this the other day and thought it was funny. 🙂  Alas, I get no remuneration from Geico.

0a4a0-bee1My Selkie adventure Enchanted Skye is new this week. Amazon has a Look Inside feature. Come read the legend.

To celebrate, I’m on my satellite blogs today participating the #Hump Day Hook
And the Horny Hump Day with a 3-line teaser.

I’m talking love quotes in the FREE September issue of Hidden Desires Magazine. Get your download today!


100 Things Blogging Challenge

For 100 days, I’ll post a little something from my chosen topic of Words & Quotes of Love. There are 89 more entries to come! Here’s one for today: 002x846q


1.very sheer and light; almost completely transparent or translucent.
2.delicately hazy.


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Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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3 Responses to Hump Day Happenings, a New Novel, a Smile, & more…

  1. mikey2ct says:

    The Geico commercial has been on the tube for a month maybe more.LOL Di-a-pha-nous!!! A 50-cent word for the sensuous writer and reader.

    • Yes, I do like those 50-cent words. 🙂 I saw that camel and laughed out loud. I don’t watch much TV, so this was a new one for me. The woman who finally answers him was great.

      • mikey2ct says:

        There is a Discover card commercial thet is pretty good . Two African American ladies: one who calls customer service and the customer service rep who takes the call.

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