Although I've missed hearing from everyone, I have been remiss about checking in as well.
This morning's word of the day is lacuna which really triggered memories of our group.
plural lacunae (luh-KYOO-nee) or lacunas
noun: An empty space, gap, missing part, an opening.
From Latin lacuna (hole, gap), from lacus (lake). Earliest documented use: 1663.
"Last week's collision between two cargo ships off the coast of Mumbai has exposed several systemic lacunae."
Black Waters; The Times of India (New Delhi, India); Aug 11, 2010.
Losing touch with our group has left a lacuna in my life.
Are you all right Bonnie? Rest of group? Are we going to try to continue the group reads?