This week my choice of "the word" changed several times a day - I suppose with my mood. But now the time has come to pick one and this weeks word is: OBLITERATE
- verb (used with subject), -at-ed, -at-ing.
1. to remove or destroy all traces of; do away with; destroy completely
2. to blot out or render undecipherable (writing, marks, etc); efface
Any trace of pavement has been obliterated since the snow started today.
Any trace of my driveway or the bench in my backyard has been obliterated.
My patience and sense of humor about the weather has been obliterated. Last night the stupid weather girl on the news called the storm "Magnificent". What a bitch !
My hopes and dreams of Spring are slowly being obliterated. I no longer am convinced that it will actually arrive this year. The 3 1/2 feet of snow in my yard has obliterated the concept of Spring from my mind. This image now is just a fantasy of days gone by....