Thursday, April 10, 2014

I is for ‘Indemnify’

in·dem·ni·fy  [in-dem-nuh-fahy] 
verb (used with object), in·dem·ni·fied, in·dem·ni·fy·ing.
1.          to compensate for damage or loss sustained, expense incurred, etc.
2.          to guard or secure against anticipated loss; give security against (future damage or liability).

OK so it isn’t really the best word- but it kinda works for what I want to say.
SO I didn’t sleep from Tuesday morning until Wednesday Night working on a painting (which I will share a picture of in May- in a post semester ‘gallery’ on my website- which also should be up and running after finals).  This non sleeping and rushing to finish a painting led to me not blogging. Which means I have to make up for ‘G’ and ‘H’ which I intend to do tomorrow morning- but decided to blog something tonight in order to not get to much farther behind- it isn’t the best post- but hey; maybe you learned a new word? 
Also- ‘F’ seems to not be there- I don’t know what happened- it’s been a kinda crazy week.  I will do my best to catch up.



  1. I like that word. "Indemnify." It's a word we don't use often!

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    Stephanie Faris, author
    30 Days of No Gossip

  2. I think Indemnify is a great #a2zchallenge word and it is not used that often so surely you caught the attention of a few... Great luck in all you do and catching up visiting from