Monday, March 19, 2007

~*~ Moody Monday~*~


celebratory

adjective associated with the verb 'to celebrate':

1. to observe (a day) or commemorate (an event) with ceremonies or festivities: to celebrate Christmas; to celebrate the success of a new play.
2. to make known publicly; proclaim: The newspaper celebrated the end of the war in red headlines.
3. to praise widely or to present to widespread and favorable public notice, as through newspapers or novels: a novel celebrating the joys of marriage; the countryside celebrated in the novels of Hardy.
4. to perform with appropriate rites and ceremonies; solemnize: to celebrate a marriage.
5. to observe a day or commemorate an event with ceremonies or festivities.
6. to perform a religious ceremony, esp. Mass or the Lord's Supper.
7. to have or participate in a party, drinking spree, or uninhibited good time: You look like you were up celebrating all night.

Seeing as it's March Madness, I got a few pix of happy basketball fans and players :-)












^A Maryland party gone awry ^

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