Sunday, December 27, 2009


Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English betst; akin to Old English bōt remedy
Date: before 12th century
superlative of good

1 : excelling all others
2 : most productive of good : offering or producing the greatest advantage, utility, or satisfaction

Still, after seven years of growing and changing, I know I can count on and trust them. Being at home for a month without them here would be miserable.

Tonight I watched a chick flick and ate ice-cream with three of my best friends. We've been doing it for years and I plan to continue the tradition for a long time to come.