Smokey who?

Good day everyone!

I hope everyone's doing well!


- 初めに -

Today's Quote:

"What we really are matters more than what other people think of us."
- Jawaharlal Nehru

= More often than not, we always put into consideration what other people think of us. Although this is good sometimes to bar your decisions due to others' opinions, it's still important to simply be yourself. As long as you're not harming anyone and it's only self-expression, then that should be fine.

- 続いて -

Today's Grammatical Point:

Smokey vs. Smoky

Smoky is an adjective used to describe something that smells burnt or like smoke. 

(The house smelled smoky, so we had to find where it's coming from before going to bed.)

Or it could also be used as a flavor profile for food.

(Why does this fried chicken have a smoky taste? It shouldn't taste like that, right?)

On the other hand, Smokey is a proper noun, and is the name of the bear on the picture of this article! 

- 最後に -

Today's Column:

Take a look at this link for an unusual twist on Valentine's Day gifts!

'Til next week,


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