The first one is an obvious choice: Mommy. It's what I wanted to be and what I have become. And nothing is as precious as hearing a child say it for the first time.
The second is dundant. What the heck is dundant, you ask? It is a reminder to me to relax and have fun. It is a word that Jason and I made up. We figure if redundant means "superfluous or repetitive", dundant ought to mean "the first of its kind or only one needed". See, you've never thought of that before, have you? You just had a dundant moment!
The third is fabulous. I don't use this word very often, but I've always loved how it sounds. That was Fabulous! Sing it loud! Doesn't it just make you smile?
The forth is home. This word has a lot of connotations for me. There is the literal house I live in. The feeling of belonging. A place that pulls me from across the country. My family that surrounds me. The place I, my husband, and my children return to each day and feel safe.
And the fifth? It is Wensday. Look at it carefully. Say it out loud. Yes, I spelled it the way I intended to. This word is a reminder to me of the importance of education. Because I live in an area where it doesn't seem to be that important. The following picture is one I created, but only because I didn't have my camera with me to capture the one I really passed today on the road.
It makes me sad that most people probably didn't give this sign a second glance. I did. And I'm keeping that word!