#30: Learn 10 new vocabulary words & #54: Leave $10 on the ground for a stranger to find

My next vocabulary word (#4):

wanton \WON-tn\, adjective;

1. reckless, heartless, or malicious; without reason or excuse
2. not moral; lewd, lascivious

I chose this word since I didn’t realize it had 2 meanings. I never use this word really, but when I read or hear it I only think of definition #2. I don’t think I realized it also meant reckless or malicious. Now I maybe I can work this word in more often.

Also, I had a $10 in my purse and on a whim decided to cross off #54: Leave $10 on the ground for a stranger to find. I got out of my car this morning, noticed no one was around, and pulled out the $10. I casually dropped it near a building that borders a downtown street that has a lot of foot traffic. The bill immediately rolled over in the wind, so hopefully it will blow out onto the main sidewalk while someone is walking by. In this economy, I hope that whoever finds it really needs it.

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