Appalachian Word of the Day
gaum: n. mess (gom) ; also used as a transitive verb: to "gaum up"
|A back alley here in Smalltownland.|
Here I am on Tuesday, still reflecting on Sunday. The guys were planning their trip, which is to Colorado to hunt Elk, and had all of their, "things", spread out in the house. The husband said it would be put back in the closet, but I have yet to see that happen.
Yet, to see that happen, I say.
This is on top of all the regular, "things", that get placed around the house.
Life is good, but it comes with a lot of gaum.