Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

NEW WORD WEDNESDAY

Here I am again as promised!
Second week in a row for
NEW WORD WEDNESDAY!

Here is another 
NEW WORD
to add to your repertoire.

Today's word is brought to you by
Lulu, when she was age 3.

The word for today is
LASTERDAY.

It is pronounced
LAST-TUR-DAY.

This is composed of two common words.
LAST and YESTERDAY.
.
Let's use this in a sentence.

LASTERDAY I went to Disney World
and I saw Piglet there.

Doesn't that word make 
PERFECT SENSE?

What does YESTER mean anyway?
LASTERDAY  can be ANY DAY
BEFORE today!

Just so you know,
LASTERDAY- 
Lulu's sister was human
Today she is....
well, see for yourself.....
I  guess she was sleeping standing up...

You have a great TODAY and I hope
YOUR LASTERDAY 
was a wonderful one, too.

your photo name

56 comments:

  1. I love and miss my husband today much more than I did Lasterday.

    Love it!

    Hugs,
    Kelley~

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  2. Cute! Love the pretty white dresses they were wearing! Lasterday was beautiful thisterday is wet and rainy! :-)

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  3. Ha ha...The sun will come out tomorrow because it didn't come out lasterday. Look it works...it's a real word.

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  4. Very cute and I love these photos of the girls.
    The young woman who styled my hair for our wedding 100 years ago (lol) name was Tomorrow. She was a TWIN! I always wanted to ask if her twin was named Yesterday!!!!! (it was some ordinary name like Tammy)

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  5. I like that word! My daughter would call tomorrow, "today tomorrow." I'll never figure that one out! lol

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  6. It is cute and sweet to watch little ones grow and hear how that understand words. It's always good to learn new words!

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  7. Diana, I love these new words. LOL...I told my husband last week's new word...he liked it. I think he will use at his next drs. visit. :):) I liked Mildred's comment.:):) I truly love the spin kids put on words. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  8. My daughter had a kneebow! Love how kids mix up word, some adults too.

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  9. So sweet! All our kids had a 'yesternight' for last night. Kids come up with the cutest things!

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  10. Diana,
    I love a visit here! Puts a smile on my face. So here's my sentence " Lasterday my stress level was so high I broke out in hives."
    Sending fun day wishes to you.
    xoxo,
    Vera

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  11. Never a dull moment on your blog. I love the words and thoughts from a child. So honest and innocent.

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  12. "Lasterday was gloomy, today rainy!" My spellcheck does not recognize that word. Lol Too funny. ;)
    Have a great day. xo

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  13. Great word! Definitely an improvement over yesterday! I mean, what is a yester? lol

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  14. I love it!! Little kids have the BEST vocabularies (most of the time). :)

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  15. Makes perfect sense to me!

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  16. Yes, let's call Webster and get that changes. Our first granddaughter call tissues TENNIS SHOES, we still say that after 10 years. xo

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  17. Too cute. Kids make a lot more sense than we do. This is my featured post on TO40s Wednesday share. xo Laura

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  18. Out of the mouths of babes!

    I had a student who couldn't understand why prettiful wasn't a word if beautiful was.

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  19. That is so cute! I have a niece who didn't realize that jamp was not the past tense of jump until she started high school. Her parents had thought it so cute that no one had the heart to correct her. Lol. I will be using 'lasterday.' :-)

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  20. Oh that is a cute on Diana! I love it LOL!!!

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  21. Read the post Subject Line...

    Got scared. Very scared...

    OK, have to read the post. I am brave. I can do it. I am brave.

    ,-)

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  22. OH, this one was fine. I didn't have to be scared, after all. ,-))))

    But you know, with your FIRST new word on Wednesday... You know... -grin-

    LOL, yes, sweet word. Very sweet.

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  23. I like this word! Very cute. Let's see if I can put it in a sentence. Today is just like Lasterday...it's still raining. Bummer. Hope your day is bright and sunny!

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  24. I think Lulu has a new word for the dictionary - I love it!

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  25. Great word! I will teach it to the boys. :-)

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  26. What? No body parts this week? :)

    I think lasterday is a very fine word. My mind improves with every visit here!

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  27. Ok, now I am totally confused! But then again, I was confused Lasterday, too:) I have been know to make up words myself. Here's one: Tomorgen. What does it mean? Well, combine "tomorrow", and "morgen", which means "morning" in German, and you get To-mor-gen!!!!!
    Tomorrow Morning!!!

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  28. LASTERDAY ! I love it. Isn't it great the words little ones come up with? My son did that when he was little. Right now I can't remember one. It's been about 28 years :) And with about 10 years of chemo brain, not sure if i will ever remember them. :( Bummer. Oh well, they are cute when they are little.

    I hope you are feeling much better, Diana...
    Janet W hugs

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  29. I forgot to visit Lasterday, so I'm here today.

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  30. You could start a whole new dictionary there grandma!

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  31. wow...I'm wondering what her grandma looks like? Love lasterday! so much more sensible than yesterday. I think I will steal it.

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  32. If that word was from when Lulu was 3, then it's not too new is it?? Sorry..I couldn't resist...It's new to me for sure..Have to wonder how you remember it..Hope you had a super day!!

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  33. Love the new word! Sometimes I think the words kids come up with make a lot more sense than the real words. :)

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  34. Lasterday works for me - I know what it means, you know what it means - you can't ask for more than that. How about afterday instead of tomorrow?

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  35. Lasterday, both Mr.Sweet and I were whining because we were both sick...but he wins 'cause I am well today. nearly..xo

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  36. Lasterday I had no idea this word existed -- but today, I do. AND... It makes perfect sense to me!

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  37. Three-year-olds aren't the only ones to come up with new words I can assure you :-)

    My 87-year-old mother can come up with them too - as she did at Christmas here: http://myalzheimersstory.com/2014/12/22/we-wish-you-a-skreely-everything/

    Skreely may be used at any time of the year, not just during the festive season <3 it may also be combined with other new words as in:

    "I had a skreely lasterday!"

    #justsayin #fortherecord

    XOX Susan

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  38. Hi Diana, Oh I love this. Lasterday is a great word and it totally works for me. I often say~ funtastic for fantastic!!
    I have said this for years and my friends always get a kick out of it. What?? it just funtastic!!
    LOL Hugs, CM

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  39. Lasterday is a good word, and should be in the English language haha. Way to go, Lulu.

    Diana, thanks so much for your comment on Nel's PhD post - I still can't believe she got it, and she is exhausted and resting for awhile until the next life event comes around (she can't sit still for long). :~)

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  40. my lasterday was not good. Kids are battling Spring fever and just blah. Hoping for a better end of the week

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  41. I had a wonderful lasterday! Hopefully formorrow will be just as fabulous! lol!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  42. Great word Lulu!
    Lasterday our weather was beautiful and sunny, today we had snow in the forecast.
    I'd much rather have lasterday for the days to come.
    Enjoy your tomorrow as you look back at lasterday with smiles.
    Debbie

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  43. Oh Diana, tell Lulu I LOVE this word :) Lasterday I was grumpy....but we won't talk about that :) hee hee Don't kids come up with the sweetest things? And sometimes the not so sweet things....but we won't talk about that either.

    I love the beautiful items you received, dear friend. Thanks for showing us in your previous post. Hugs to you!

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  44. Lasterday, what a fun new word! This was a cute post:) Will be catching up with your previous posts. Cheers from Bangkok! Ping

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  45. I love lasterday! In fact lasterday was beautiful out and I actually had a campfire with the kids. We roasted hot dogs and marshmallows! Oh how I miss lasterday already...it is so much better than yesterday! And cute kids make lasterday even better! Cheers.

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  46. I couldn't think of anything appropriate to say about your new word from lasterweek, but lasterday's new word is a safer subject so I wanted to say thanks for sharing. I have a "new word" to share with you but that will have to be on someotherday.

    Blessings ~ Lisa

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  47. It does make sense. Out of the mouths of babes!

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