Tuesday, March 11, 2008


Pronunciation: \ˈa-klə-ˌmāt; ə-ˈklī-mət, -ˌmāt\
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): ac·cli·mat·ed; ac·cli·mat·ing: ac·cli·mat·ed
Etymology: French acclimater, from a- (from Latin ad-) + climat climate
Date: 1792
Transitive verb: - to adapt to a new temperature, altitude, climate, environment, or situation
Intransitive verb: - to become acclimated

Changing is hard. Change is good.

I'm changing...whether I want to or not.

It's inevitable.


Collin J. Rae said...

Welcome to the brotherhood of forced change. It hurts.

BLISS said...

New and Improved :)

Painfull or not I wouldn't go back now for anything!!!

D.L. Wood said...

To act and act wisely when the time for action comes, to wait and wait patiently when it is time for repose, put man in accord with the rising and falling tides (of affairs), so that with nature and law at his back, and truth and beneficence as his beacon light, he may accomplish wonders. Ignorance of this law results in periods of unreasoning enthusiasm on the one hand, and depression on the other. Man thus becomes the victim of the tides when he should be their Master.
Author: Helena Petrova Blavatsky 1831-1891,

D.L. Wood