Why the name?

Oxford English Dictionary defines “suave” as:-

Suave
adjective
charming, confident, and elegant.

synonyms:- charming, sophisticated, debonair, urbane, worldly, worldly-wise, polished,refined, poised, self-possessed, dignified, civilized, gentlemanly, gallant, polite, well mannered, civil, courteous, and affable.


These words are exactly what I want my blog to feel like, what I as a person would like to become, and what I would like to see others as.  So I took the liberty of using “suave” as a verb, and made it the title of my blog. 🙂

Read on and Suave it mate!


 

Dear Grammar Nazis,

I am aware that suave is an adjective and I have used it as a verb, don’t get me wrong I love you guys but in the words of Mary Lou Cook,

Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun.

The world is but a canvas to imagination, Spread love! Read on! and Suave it Mate!

 

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