- Boing Boing (originally bOING bOING) is a publishing entity, first
established as a magazine, later becoming a group blog.
- n. a bike with full (front and rear) suspension. Might possibly be
considered offensive by certain owners of said bikes.
- (teach) an English pirate who operated in the Caribbean and off the Atlantic
coast of North America (died in 1718)
- a personified abstraction that teaches; "books were his teachers";
"experience is a demanding teacher"
- A person who teaches, esp. in a school
- a person whose occupation is teaching
teacher - Boing: Webster's
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& * sUns *
light upon light! jaune (pronounced zzhohn,
french) is my favorite word for yellow.. it has the vibrance & sound of the
lush, boing-y, sun-filled color! ... say it aloud, you'll see. :) this image is
to celebrate * fathers & suns * ? fathers ? do not know where else this
might be happening, but today is Fathers' Day in the United States. so.. thank
you fathers! .. our fathers who art in heaven.. and those who are still here on
earth. thanks to those who give father energy to other living beings .. like
mentors, coaches, neighbors, uncles, grandfathers, mothers who are fathers,
brothers, gurus, teachers, adoptive fathers, foster fathers... all those who
give love, guidance, a hand up, a smile, acknowledgment, wisdom, knowledge,
playfulness, acceptance ..and more love. fatherhood is a sacred trust. .. thank
you, fathers! ? sun ? on June 21st, just after noon (12:26 p.m.) Universal Time,
we who live in the Northern Hemisphere will be experiencing ?full light? with
the Summer Solstice. so here is my wish for us all... to emanate and absorb the
?full light? ... to dance with it & in it ... to thank it and gather it
around us, like a cloak of yellow, to warm us in days when there is darkness ...
to breathe it, drink it, sing with it and share it.. * thank you, sun! often i
quote from many traditions and faiths.. Sufi, Buddhist, Hindu... so today it
will be sweetest Jesus, both sun & son.. i found this in my grandfather's
Bible. (Luke 11:36): "If thy whole body be full of light, having no part of it
in darkness ~ then the whole shall be full of light ~ as when the bright shining
of a candle doth give thee light with its rays." *
bye bye Boing-A
Ethan did not want his photo with his
teacher... just "Boing-a" his school baby.
boing boing teacher
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