reluctant [ri-luhk-tuh nt]
|Part of Speech:||adjective|
|Synonyms:||afraid, averse, backward, calculating, cautious, chary, circumspect, demurring, diffident, discouraged, disheartened, disinclined, grudging, hanging back, hesitant, hesitating, indisposed, involuntary, laggard, loath, opposed, queasy, recalcitrant, remiss, shy, slack, slow, squeamish, tardy, uncertain, uneager, wary|
|Antonyms:||anxious, eager, enthusiastic, ready, willing|
Okay, I know that some of you won't have a clue as to why anyone would need anything dubbed The Reluctant Entertainer, much less The Horrified Hostess. But as I've learned over the years, there really are other women like me out there -- women who, for whatever reason, are wary of, slow to, squeamish about, intimidated by, or just downright scared silly of "entertaining" folks in their homes. (Even their friends!)
Hint for tomorrow's first post . . . BURLAP!