So, once again with the help of the American Heritage Dictionary, here we go.
H stands for....
1...Hair. Twice I let my hair grown down to my tailbone, and both times, I cut off the braid for Hubby to keep.
2...Hamburger. Something I use a lot of, cooking for six or more people as I do.
3...Hamster. A pet we've never owned, and probably never will. Cats are enough.
4...Hand, small. I have small hands, the smallest in our family. My ring size is 5.
5...Hand-me-downs. Something I've gotten a lot of over the years, both for my kids and for myself. In fact, I myself often get hand-me-downs from teenagers. It's not just my hands-- the rest of me is small too.
6...Harangue. What my kids think I do when I get upset. (GuitarGeek says, "it's not what we THINK you do, it's what you DO"... so who are you going to believe?)
7....Harmony. What I like to play on my violin. Also, what I encourage in my family and household.
8...Hurry. What I'm always in, because I procrastinate, and then have to catch up.
9...Hastings. "A city of southern Nebraska, Population 21,000." Yup. It's about a 45 minute drive from here, and I only put it on the list because IT'S ACTUALLY IN THE DICTIONARY, FOLKS. Pretty cool, huh.
10...Hosiery, as in pantyhose. Something I never wear anymore. I don't believe in pantyhose. *smirk*
11...Highfalutin. Something I am not. I think I'm ordinary, friendly, loving, accepting-- at least I try to be, when I'm not having an introvert moment.
12...Hyperbole. Something I use a ton of. At least, in conversation. I probably tone it down when I write.
13....Hereafter. Something I think about more and more, as in, I walk to another room for something, and when I get there I think, "Now, what am I here after?"
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