I ask lots of questions, and find few answers.
I'm female, born in 1947 ( you can do the maths), and am delighted that I no longer teach French and German, but have the time to explore my own interest in languages, and in life.
I like writing, reading (including cereal packets), walking, cycling, swimming, skating (on wheels or ice).
I enjoy visiting new places and meeting new people. I also love revisiting places and meeting old friends.
I think I'm a closet puritan and something of a hypocrite - I would like to see us all living a simpler life, and making less impact on the environment, but would hate to have to stop flying across the Atlantic occasionally.
|Noun||1.||aliquot - an integer that is an exact divisor of some quantity; "4 is an aliquot part of 12"
divisor - the number by which a dividend is divided
|Adj.||1.||aliquot - signifying an exact divisor or factor of a quantity
fractional - constituting or comprising a part or fraction of a possible whole or entirety; "a fractional share of the vote"; "a partial dose"
So why? aliqot - a part of the whole of me. I dropped the u - I am not u. Unlikely to be used by others.
But mainly because it was a nickname, and I liked the sound of it.
My left hand for fun.
A quill pen dipped in blood (someone else's)
Paint on the wall, for public reaction.
Smoke in the sky
A sparkler on Bonfire night
Treacle on porridge
Mirror writing to confuse the brain cells
Glue and glitter for Christmas
Invisible ink or lemon juice for discretion
Condensation on the window
A syringe of sugar icing
A silky 3B pencil on hand-made paper for self-indulgence
Fingers dipped in chocolate
A stick in the sand.
A penknife on a school desk,
Felt-tip on a plastered broken arm.
A chisel on marble
Flowers in soil
Fingers on someone's back
Tongue in cheek.