Thursday, March 22, 2007


sus·pend (stolen from hang by attachment to something above: to suspend a chandelier from the ceiling. keep from falling, sinking, forming a deposit, etc., as if by hanging: to suspend solid particles in a liquid. hold or keep undetermined; refrain from forming or concluding definitely: to suspend one's judgment. defer or postpone: to suspend sentence on a convicted person. cause to cease or bring to a stop or stay, usually for a time: to suspend payment. cause to cease for a time from operation or effect, as a law, rule, privilege, service, or the like: to suspend ferry service. debar, usually for a limited time, from the exercise of an office or function or the enjoyment of a privilege: The student was suspended from school. keep in a mood or feeling of expectation or incompleteness; keep waiting in suspense: Finish the story; don't suspend us in midair. come to a stop, usually temporarily; cease from operation for a time.
Good morning good people. For a time I'll be suspending Spiffytown. I appreciate your visiting and commenting, and your friendship.


kenju said...

BIFF, say it isn't so! I'll miss you. Let us know when you come back, okay?

Sparky Duck said...

i didnt do it