Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Liveable

If the word liveable is applied to a building, area, climate etc it means that it's fit to live in. When applied to a life, it means one which is worth living and when it's a person, they're someone you can get along with.

The ease with which these things may be achieved will depend on the standards of liveability which you demand.

If you like you can also spell liveable as livable.

Gary and I happily spend months at a stretch in the van, which just goes to show how chock full of livableness we both are. Especially me ;-)


12 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

You must be a free spirit at heart.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

I'm sure you really suffer.

Mark Noce said...

It's amazing what passes for livable. In the old days a tent was like a palace:)

klahanie said...

What a lovable, liveable situation.

Julia said...

Liveable, yes. Livable - no, no, no! Why???

Rosemary Gemmell said...

A super van to live in while you travel!

Patsy said...

I am!

Patsy said...

Not as much as you might think ...

Patsy said...

I'm sure there are many now who'd be grateful for one.

Patsy said...

Indeed!

Patsy said...

It doesn't look right without the e in the middle, does it?

Patsy said...

Certainly is. I'm very lucky.