Wednesday, April 08, 2015

A to Z Challenge: Garibaldi

This month brings the A to Z Challenge, which I choose to meet with a series of words that thus far may have escaped your attention, sometimes deservedly so. Today's word is

--which I write in lowercase on purpose. The woman's red blouse on the left is a garibaldi, named after the Italian patriot Giuseppe Garibaldi.


SENCO Cat Herder said...

What a great theme - I will certainly be checking out the other words you post about - signing up as a follower right away!! So far the only word I have previously come across is garibaldi so lots of new discoveries. Lovely to meet via the A to Z Challenge :)
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loverofwords said...

I seem to have seen Garibaldi as a last name for Italian designers? It just rolls off your tongue, doesn't it? Appropriate name for an article of clothing.

Bob Sanchez said...

A quick Wiki search turned up David Garibaldi, an artist, and a city in Oregon. Hmm, I never knew that.

Annie said...

And I love Garibaldi biscuits--known as flies' cemeteries when I was at school.

Bob Sanchez said...

I'll be darned. A baked currant sandwich, according to the Web. said...

I'm loving the fact that not only did you find and comment on my blog, your A-Z posts are nice and short. I like both red shirts in this one.

Thanks, Bob.
New follower who hopes to see ya around Life by Chocolate too. Smiles.