WOD Challenge 4-23-20 Weleful Means Blessed

Good Morning, Buenos dias, I am weleful, how about you?

Are you well? I am, so in that I am weleful which means blessed. My family’s healthy and those that work are still working. We are so lucky. My prayers have been answered time and time again, except for one.

Recently, my youngest so’s girlfriend came down with strep, I prayed she was not positive for the Corona virus because she lives with my asthmatic son, her test came back negative yesterday!

My Spanish lessons are going great, I’m learning so much, although I have to say, I’m still not ready to follow fast speaking natives just yet, lol. I can read a sentence of words I’ve learned through my studies so far and make sense of it. For instance, Ella estudia portugues means She studies Portuguese. Simple and sometimes longer sentences like: El maestro trabaja en una escuela means, The teacher works in a school. Duolingo is the app I have been using for a month now. It makes learning like a game, so I stick with it and I do several lessons and/or stories a day.

Why am I learning Spanish? Why not? I have all this extra time, I decided to do something productive with part of it, like learning a new skill.

We are also weleful to have had food and supplies this whole time, while others have not been able to find toilet paper and other supplies.

I did learn an interesting fact, if the video is true…be careful around open flames if using hand sanitizer, it is flammable, but not to the naked eye. The video shows a lady trying to light a squirt of hand sanitizer on a plate. You don’t see a flame. Yet seconds later, she holds a napkin in the air right above it, the napkin catches on fire. I’m glad I depend on soap, water, and Lysol wipes and spray for my cleaning. I’ve not been too worried about disinfecting my whole house either, and we’ve been fine.

I hope you all are as weleful as us, and that we can all start hugging again in person very soon!


PS- this is a new word for me today, so I learned something else new!


Word of the Day Challenge


2 thoughts on “WOD Challenge 4-23-20 Weleful Means Blessed

  1. Learn something new every ask Christina or I never knew or even heard the word beneful. If you know the alphabet in Spanish then you can speak it. I learned that a long time ago. The word beneful sounds really pretty! Have you ever played the game in Spanish “loto”? It means bingo! We used to play it like once a week in our class for all of the 4 years I took the Spanish in high school! It was so much fun! We had prizes and everything!

    So glad that you have had a beneful day!

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