un·ex·pect·ed /ənəkˈspektəd/, adjective: not likely to occur; unforeseen. “Nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected, unplanned by me.” Carl Sandburg, 1978 – 1967 “If you do not expect the unexpected you will not find it, for it is not to be reached by search or trail.” Heraclitus, 535 BCE – 475 BCE example: Richard Hazen of the Fredonia Grange recently went to his local credit union to get a new debit card. Little did he know there would be a fourth grader standing behind him at the front desk – a boy quite familiar with the Fredonia Grange. He told Mr. Hazen that the Grange came to his school last year and gave him a dictionary.
“The good things that we do make an impact and the kids are remembering.” Richard Hazen, Fredonia Grange #1713, MIUnexpected things happen every day – many of which bring a big smile to The Dictionary Project!