Kate said FRESH
Here we go again!
Adjective | Adverb | Noun
The Very First
thing that went through my mind this morning?
Don’t be so fresh.
That is what my mom would say to anyone who said something crass, off-color, or…well, FRESH!
My mom was a character – my friend calls people like my mom, “Catbirds!”
I’m not even sure where my mom’s version of fresh fits in. Any help is appreciated!
I do like the idea of something smelling fresh.
A fresh coat of paint.
A fresh outlook.
A fresh perspective.
It is fresh on my palette (regarding taste).
Sheets hung on the clothesline smell so fresh!
Look what I found…
They will still bear fruit in old age, they will stay fresh and green, 15 proclaiming, “The Lord is upright; He is my Rock, and there is no wickedness in Him.” Psalm 92.14-15
At this point, on this dreary Friday morning – I am going to go have a fresh cuppa coffee. And, I intend to remain fresh and green, bearing fruit in my old age!!!
Sarah Geringer says
Enjoy your fresh cup of coffee, friend! I’m refilling my tea mug now and praying for you! My first time linking up with FMF in a long time, and it’s a blast! Hope to see you on the Zoom call next week 🙂
Hey there!!!! Enjoy that cuppa! FMF is my favorite linkup!
I need a fresh outlook and a fresh perspective. I am so thankful that God’s mercies are new every morning! Thank you for the encouraging words today.
Jolene, thank you for taking the mantle. xo
Paula Short says
I am a coffee connoisseur. I have a lot of fresh cuppa coffees through my day. Okay maybe not a connoisseur, but slightly a coffee freak.
Here’s to freshness. Blessings. Keep growing fresh fruit.
YES, LORD. Fresh fruit!!!
Andrew Budek-Schmeisser says
Some say I need a new perspective,
say I should not play the clown,
for cancer’s sorrow’s not elective
and I should be by it brought down
and lie all day upon the couch
weeping of all that’s soon lost,
and should be something of a grouch
to pay some necessary cost,
fine owed unto some dark something
in whose presence friends and fam’ly reel,
but I think that I shall now take wing
and give not fig for how they feel,
and if to you it’s all the same
I’m training for the Highland Games.
My crazy friend!
Fresh coffee every morning is the best way to start a fresh day, so glad everyday is fresh with the Lord.
FRESH NEW STARTS!!! Thanks Kathy.
Anita Ojeda says
Haha! I’ve heard the term “don’t be fresh” before, too! My understanding is it’s a synonym for ‘cheeky,’ ‘irreverent,’ and ‘disrespectful.’ Words sure are funny things, aren’t they? Back in the early part of this century, a male student told me my shirt was ‘tight.’ I thought he was being fresh until I remembered ‘tight’ was the way kids said ‘cool.’
OOOh, you thought he was being FRESH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, to fresh coffee, and to staying fresh and green and bearing fruit in old age!
YES. YES. YES. YES.
I can smell the coffee and the sheets. Looking forward to being green in my old age God bless x
Ah…you’re a clothesline gal!!!
I love the smell of fresh clothes on a clothesline too. And now a fresh cuppa sounds so good too!
YES, and pair it with one of those delectable tasty treats you’ve been baking!
Marie Gregg says
I’m really stuck on this idea of bearing fresh fruit. I have no thoughts beyond that, at least that I can articulate. Just know that this’ll be rolling around in my head for awhile.
Bearing fresh fruit vs dead, rotten fruit?
Barb Hegreberg says
We should never stop bearing fruit!
FMF #33 & fellow BGBG2 member.
Never, ever. Thanks for visiting!