Sunday, August 6, 2017

Upright

One Word Sunday is hosted by Travel with Intent.

6 August - Upright

adjective
1.(of a person) sitting or standing with the back straight.
"an upright posture"

2.(of a person or their behavior) strictly honorable or honest.
"an upright member of the community"


The Hon. Pauline M. McGibbon
C.C., O.Ont., B.A., LL.D., D.U., D.Hum.L., D.Litt.S., B.A.A., Hon. F.R.C.P.S.(C.), U.E.L.
First woman to represent The Queen in Canada and in the Commonwealth as
Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
Born in Sarnia, Ontario October 20, 1910
Died in Toronto, Ontario December 14, 2001
Portrait at Queen's Park Toronto



30 April - Cliche
7 May - Caring
14 May: Spectacle
21 May: Flag (or flagging)
28 May: Rush
4 June: Restless
11 June: Abstract
18 June: Entwined
25 June: Repetitive
2 July - Inclined
9 July - Underfoot
16 July - Old
23 July - Through
30 July: Horizon
6 August: Upright
14 August: Decline
21 August: Time
28 August: Lookout

4 comments:

  1. ...she looks like Winston Churchill's sister!

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  2. Very interesting explanations. You fit very well into the subject ! :)

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  3. If memory serves, there was a school named for her in the region where I grew up.

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