Friday, May 18, 2007


whim·sy also whim·sey
n., pl. -sies also -seys.

1. An odd or fanciful idea; a whim.
2. A quaint or fanciful quality: stories full of whimsy.
[Probably from whim-wham, fanciful object.]

The noun whimsy has 2 meanings:

Meaning #1: a whimsical idea
Synonyms: notion, whim, whimsy
Meaning #2: the trait of acting more from whim or caprice than from reason or judgment
Synonyms: flightiness, arbitrariness, whimsicality, whimsey, capriciousness

This blog is devoted to all that is borne of a creativity rooted in the realm of whimsy and fancy. There is nowhere I cannot travel beyond the boundaries of reality.

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