Yes, this week’s word for Word Wednesday is happening on a Thursday.
Somehow, once inside Great Aunt Una’s rambling house in Harpswell, Maine, time stands still. I could have sworn it was Tuesday for the past three days. Ah, well. I suppose putting the blame on the house entirely is unfair. The grog has a lot to do with the time warping.
And there has been a lot of grog.
Which brings me to today’s word. Mickle is a noun that means a great amount. It is also an adjective that means great, abundant and an adverb that means greatly, much.
Mickle is a Scottish word which stems from the Middle English mikel, which is from Old English micel and from the Old Norse mikill. There’s an old proverb: mony a little makes a mickle.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, it’s probably already Friday and that means Mordecai and Charles have been out looking for dire wolves for three days.