Words. ~ Alex Hanifin

Via on Dec 11, 2010

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Word: a unit of language, consisting of one or more spoken sounds or their written representation,  that functions as a principal carrier of meaning.

What word are you…

I love words.

Alex Hanifin is a Boulder local. She climbs rocks to get off the ground. She bakes to enjoy herself. And her work comes along with it all.

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15 Responses to “Words. ~ Alex Hanifin”

  1. Peter says:

    My word is Blast!

  2. Greg says:

    discombobulated: Feeling disconnected or unbalanced.

  3. Joseph Boquiren says:

    ‎'I like caribou, it's a woody word' – Monty Python.

  4. sophie Raines says:

    supercalifragalisticexpealidosious

  5. Paul Demorest says:

    amazed…at 51 I'm still, at everything….

  6. Daniel Tanzo says:

    During a year of studying alchemy i did so throught the gate of the written word,
    My joy of the wriiten word is boundless, the changing of a word or phrase that
    can create a whole new Universe simply by its placement.

  7. Maria Renna says:

    My word is still … still here, still trying, still attempting to be still. :-)

  8. Alex Hanifin says:

    My word is balance. Everything will fall into place in life when you balance out your work, play, challenges, and effort toward others.

  9. Amanda Swing says:

    Love is my word.

  10. Steve says:

    With Love in the lead all other words will follow.

  11. Chloe says:

    sinapistic: consisting of mustard. no joke.

  12. Oh Dai Xi says:

    ethereal

  13. This is really quite good.

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