Oct 11, 2008

Distinct Sense of Style

After KM got back from her evening out with her aunt she said that the woman at the salon said that she had a distinct sense of style. She wasn't really sure if it was suppose to be a compliment, but she liked the way it sounded and so we looked it up:

distinct (dĭ-stĭngkt') pronunciation
adj.
  1. Readily distinguishable from all others; discrete: on two distinct occasions.
  2. Easily perceived by the senses or intellect; clear: a distinct flavor.
  3. Clearly defined; unquestionable: at a distinct disadvantage.
  4. Very likely; probable: There is a distinct possibility that she won't come.
  5. Notable: a distinct honor and high privilege.
I thought is was actually a very accurate description of her!
Here is why they thought so:

She is not one for conformity!
Don't know where she could possibly get that from!
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