Hope you'll stop by for a visit sometime.
coffee's always on,
and we try to keep the fridge stocked, too...
So let's have another cup of coffee,
and let's have another piece of pie...
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can be directed to Granny.
If you can't annoy somebody, there's little point in writing.
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin diurnalis - JOURNAL
1 a : recurring every day - diurnal tasks
b : having a daily cycle - diurnal tides
2 a : of, relating to, or occurring in the daytime - the city's diurnal noises
b : active chiefly in the daytime - diurnal animals
c : opening during the day and closing at night - diurnal flowers
Relating to or occurring in a 24-hour period; daily.
Occurring or active during the daytime rather than at night: diurnal animals.
Botany. Opening during daylight hours and closing at night.
- A book containing all the offices for the daily canonical hours of prayer except matins.
- A diary or journal.
- A daily newspaper.
[Middle English, from Late Latin diurnalis, from Latin diurnus, from dies, day.]
diurnally di·ur'nal·ly adv.