Day 2629: Fresh on so many levels

Yesterday,  when I was fresh from a very good meeting with my cardiologist Dr. Deeb Salem, I saw this:

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There so many levels of meaning for the word “fresh.”

FRESH adjective
\ ˈfresh \
Definition of fresh
1a : having its original qualities unimpaired: such as
(1): full of or renewed in vigor : REFRESHED
rose fresh from a good night’s sleep
(2): not stale, sour, or decayed
fresh bread
(3): not faded
lessons fresh in her memory
(4): not worn or rumpled
a fresh white shirt

b: not altered by processing
fresh vegetables
2a: not salt
fresh water
b(1): free from taint : PURE
fresh air
(2)of wind : moderately strong
a fresh breeze

3a(1): experienced, made, or received newly or anew
form fresh friendships
(2): ADDITIONAL, ANOTHER
a fresh start
b: ORIGINAL, VIVID
a fresh portrayal
c: lacking experience : RAW
coming fresh to the job
— Helen Howe
d: just come or arrived
fresh from school
e: having the milk flow recently established
a fresh cow
4[ probably by folk etymology from German frech] : disposed to take liberties : IMPUDENT
don’t get fresh with me
5 slang : FASHIONABLE, COOL

I hope my other photos in today’s fresh post  are fresh on so many levels.

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Here‘s a song I remember that used the word “fresh”.

I’ll be looking for so many levels in your fresh comments, below.

I’m grateful on so many levels, here and now.

 

 

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25 thoughts on “Day 2629: Fresh on so many levels

  1. After some time, I have found myself to be fresh on so many levels, as the layers of this fruit have shielded the hidden extract long enough to reveal itself when mostly needed.

  2. I did a quick search and was surprised to find that “fresh” has also been used as a verb, although not very recently. One example comes from Captains Courageous, the line “The fresh air will fresh Mrs. Cheyne up,” and I was very happy to have my memory of that book refreshed.

  3. Good heart news

  4. I cannot, unfortunately, be described as “Not worn or rumpled”.

  5. Yes. Good heart news.

    And that prickly doorknob! Love it! 🙂

  6. Your posts are always a breath of fresh air to me

  7. I was happy to read your fresh post and feel freshened as a result.

  8. A fresh pair of knickers always feels good, just saying.
    A breath of fresh air also feels good.
    Fresh is better then stale most of the time

  9. Your photos gave me the impression that yesterday went to the dogs, for you. I hope that your fresh information from Dr. Salem was reassuring. And I am intrigued by the gigantic box of Raincoast Crisps! A fresh way to celebrate?

  10. I also recall a child acting out was labeled as being fresh, Ann, as well as a suitor who thought they might sneak in a kiss but were not met with reciprocal feelings.

  11. I love your ever so refreshing blog! ⸂⸂⸜(രᴗര๑)⸝⸃⸃

  12. I am so glad you had a good cardiologist report! You get a fresh start on the year with that good news. I have spent the day preparing a fresh, new habitat for our giant (70 pound) Sulcata tortoise. He outgrew the former location. 🙂

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