Saturday, February 16, 2008

wall wisdom II

gus·to [guhs-toh]
–noun, plural -toes.
1.hearty or keen enjoyment, as in eating or drinking, or in action or speech in general: to dance with gusto.
2.individual taste or liking.

[Origin: 1620–30; gust2]

1. enthusiasm, delight, relish, zest, spirit, fervor.
Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1)
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006.


have a great weekend!

photo: "little italy" neighborhood of cleveland

8 comments:

lettuce said...

:O)

happy weekend to you too kimy

(thought this would make you smile)

kimy said...

I LOVE IT!!!! I have a lead on a local source for marmite - this weekend I actually will have access to a car,perhaps I'll be able to pick up a jar. been having serious withdrawal since depleting my stash. golly, my mouth is watering just thinking of marmite on toast!!

zquilts said...

Little Italy brings good memories of shopping for warm bread and fresh mozzarella in NYC. Live with Gusto !
Happy weekend to you too.

e. said...

a local source would also be your daughter's house! w*rld market has it, that and salty seeds...

Ladron de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

I think I've seen that in my neighborhood. I much prefer it to the frequent "B$" graffiti.

kimy said...

marie - our little italy is quite small compared to nyc, but very quaint none-the-less. speaking of fresh mozzarella - picked some up while out for one of the pizzas tonight (it's pizza night) fresh mozzarella, asparagus and goat cheese with various herbs and spices of course!

e - you've been holding back on me!! you're just telling me now 1)world market has marmite 2) there's some at your house.

jt - marmite? or gusto graffiti??

ivan - (whose comment has been removed) you posted a comment with only a hotlink stating 'see here.' your profile doesn't give any info as to who you are. a link with nothing else makes me a bit nervous. sorry don't want to risk infecting my computer or any of the mouse's friends!

Richard said...

Have you noticed that graffiti always seems to have the same style of lettering? It is almost as if there is a universal font that all graffitists use.

Colette Amelia said...

well we did it again, the last word in my post was gusto and I did not read your post first. two minds in sync it is too funny!