Sitting down to read my November issue of More Magazine, the title below caught my eye and in particular a word on page 78 as I read A DATE WITH THE MAN THAT GOT AWAY.

*This is the issue I’m featured in, page 148, for my work with Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made). Make sure you pick up a copy, on newsstands now!

Ensorcelled  /in-ˈsȯr-səl/

encircled? sorcerer-ed? About to be killed by a sorcerer? Incarcerated?

A quick trip to our friend Merriam-Webster and all was revealed.

Ensorcelled—to bewitch, or enchant. As in the young princess was ensorcelled by the rogue knight who would lure her away from her betrothed.

  1. carol branum says:

    hi,I am headed to the store right now to purchase a copy so I will have something to read as I wait for my son H OSS at the hospital,he is getting IV fluids three times a day for infection in the bone of his foot from Diabetes.their is nothing ever good to read at the hospital,we have six more weeks of treatment.I take along my MaryJanesFarm mags too,I have worn them cover to cover.
    Yesterday,the pharmacist,said,Last time I saw you,you had a cherry tomato stuck in your belt!Yea,I ,am a farm girl,I say with a smile!
    Have a great week,carol B.

  2. JJean says:

    I just finished reading the Nov. issue of More cover to cover on a flight. It was a first for me for this magazine and there were so many great articles. And thanks to you I now know what the word Ensorcelled means. Another good article is /second acts/ page 57 “I Didn’t Know I Had It In Me”
    Cheers! Jean

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