An auspicious find

aus pi cious [aw-spish-us]
adjective
1590′s “of good omen,” from L. auspicium, divination by observing the flight of birds, from auspex, “augur,” lit. “one who takes signs from the flight of birds
1. promising success; opportune; favorable: an auspicious occasion
2. favored by fortune; prosperous; fortunate
3. a pair of brand new snow boots bought on the very same day the decision to move to Chicago was made; preparedness for real winter; thrifted on the cheap from His House on River Dr.: These auspicious boots will keep my feet warm this winter in Chicago.

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Posted in Uncategorized 6 years, 4 months ago at 3:46 pm.

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  1. What?!? Chicago! That sounds like fun! When are you going? Will you have a chance to come visit us before you leave?

  2. More like bodacious boots! Now you need a read jacket to go with those boots! I really am so happy for you all… I’ll miss you and the bear greatly.

  3. Yup, thems r snow boots! Wow! What’s up?


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