#tuesdayuseitinasentence ~ Icon


Drawing icons was never meant to be a road to fame, it was something she loved doing; but in the end it opened many doors and she became an icon in religious art of the 21st century.

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Here are the prompt rules:
Make a sentence with the word of the week. Leave it as just a sentence or write a post to go with it.

Try to do it on Tuesday.

Include the hashtag #tuesdayuseitinasentence.

Post it on Twitter and/or Facebook (if you have a public site) and/or Pinterest and/or WordPress and/or any other social media site you belong to.

Participate as many times as you’d like. You can write a different sentence for each platform, but please keep it to one sentence per post.

I will be trolling Twitter for the hashtag, so watch my Twitter feed in the sidebar for retweets. Make sure to connect on Twitter with other participants!

If you post your sentence here on WordPress or on any other site where there’s a clickable link, include the link in the comment section for this week.

Google #tuesdayuseitinasentence to find other participants! The more you connect, the bigger it gets and the more views and followers you’ll have.

Have fun!

What are you waiting for? Make up a sentence and join in!
Tuesday use it in a sentence was created by Linda G Hill and I’m looking forward to sharing duties again with Kelli from Forty, c’est fantastique.
Thank you both.

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Lorraine says:

    Spend Tuesday shoveling — here’s my “iconic” sentence, just a little late. Enjoyed the word, and your take on it.

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    1. shovelling? As is you still had snow? Ouch… and yet I envy you. No snow at all this year in Paris 😦

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      1. Lorraine says:

        The climate is wonky and getting weirder — we had no winter to speak of until this stretch of snow and cold temps — forecasted into next week with another storm coming at least one.

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        1. Ooh. I hope it goes as smoothly as possible.

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        2. Lorraine says:

          Thanks! We really did get off “easy” til now.
          How much snow would you usually get in Paris? Does a snowless winter happen very often? Seems to me that climate change is speeding up — just like how much faster the ice is melting in the Arctic.

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        3. it’s been a while since there was snow in Paris. Arguably I can’t speak about prior to 2014 since I lived in Toronto then but well… never a whole lot when I was there.

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        4. Lorraine says:

          Thanks. Curious about how the weather is changing. Another personal question — are you a transplanted Canadian? Or a returned home Parisian? I’m a Canadian living in the US northeast. I may have mentioned that before. Dual citizenship since 2010, been in the US since around 2002.

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        5. Dual citizenship as well but originally French. Moved to Canada in 2004; relocated to Paris with my Canadian husband in late 2014 because of my grandparents’ failing health. We’ve been here since. We miss Canada sometimes (the wide open space allowing camping like in Killarney, the snow) but apart from that no regrets 😉 . No life has even been lived to the fullest on regrets anyway 😛

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        6. Lorraine says:

          True. I spent many years traveling back to Canada to look after my mother who had a personality changing stroke then dementia. Trying to keep her in her home as long as possible. She passed in 2010. Haven’t been in Canada in 5 years. Do miss it; things didn’t turn out as planned when we moved to the US. My husband is an American with dual citizenship — we met in Canada.
          I like the last line of your comment. May I quote you in the future with credit of course?

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        7. You’re very welcome to use it 😉

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        8. Lorraine says:

          Thanks, Stephanie.

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