Scrap is the word for the week - thanks to me, crazy4coens, here at Raising Sunny.
Next week's word will come from Miss Ananda at Oodles of Funch.
Scrap has many meanings and many connotations. I am sure that my photos and links will only touch on some of the meanings. If I have learned anything during my month of blogging -it is this - there is always something else you can do - somewhere else you can go - another typo that you can find - so enough will have to be enough.
My first example of scrap is the definition that has to do with fighting.
"He got into a bit of a scrap today."
This example is a more mainstream definition of the word scrap.
"We have scrap copper left over from a demolition project downstairs."
The next example of scrap has to do with kitchen scraps.
"She supplements the chicken's food with kitchen scraps."
The next example also has to do with kitchen scraps.
"After cooking the chicken, the left over bones were scraps."
The next example has to do with large mice with hooves.
"After the deer were done eating the zucchini and tomato plants, there was nothing left but scraps."
This example has to do with fabric scraps.
"This scrap fabric is left over from the bathroom re-model."
The next example has to do with poor clean up habits.
"These are the scraps that remain from her crafting projects."
These next examples are happier and more productive examples of scrap.
"She was fortunate enough to complete his scrapbook before he went blind."
As you can see, I live a life of scrap. Although there is only a beginning s between scrap and crap, I will happily keep my scrappy life.
Thanks for joining me on this lovely Saturday Scavenger Hunt.