is for Deborah
etymology: from Hebrew, meaning Bee
etymology: from German, occupational name for a weaver
1. a thoroughly delightful, somewhat shy creature, known to play amidst flowers, dance with the moon, wear red shoes, weave connections, admire spider webs, and espouse the joy way of the everyday sacred.
2. someone who enjoys word play, and whose name anagrams into things she love. For example: Wore Herb Bead; Adore Herb Web; Hoard Bee Brew
3. has a number named after her. The Deborah number is a dimensionless number, often used in rheology to characterize the fluidity of materials under specific flow conditions. It’s true the definition makes her head hurt, but she likes the dimensionless part, and the flow part, and it’s a number!
For today’s ICAD challenge I couldn’t resist doing a selfie. Which I then amused myself by playing with photo editing effects.
And for Artsyville’s Glue It Tuesday, I’ve started a journal spread. I’ve got some additional pages folded between the sketched face page and the laced bee page. Plenty of room for some more obscure info about me. Maybe I’ll flip those pages some time and give you a peek.
So tell me, what does D stand for in your world? Are you more of a Bee person or a Spider person? What wonderful anagrams does your name make? What questions are you asking yourself? Do tell, you know I love to hear!